Chinese Interest in Honduran Hydroelectric Projects

In the signed agreement signed, China announces its interest in investing in the projects known as Patuca I, II and III.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

The agreement states that Chinese state-owned Sinohydro will assist Honduras in carrying out feasibility studies for the hydroelectric projects and will discuss financing with Eximbank.

"Chinese experts in partnership with Honduran colleagues have started evaluating the feasibility and maturity of the Patuca project, as well as the significant economic and social benefits it will bring," reports Proceso Digital.

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Chinese Hydroelectric Company in Costa Rica

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Sinohydro could invest $400 million in the construction of a hydroelectric dam, in conjunction with the Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE).

The Chinese dam construction company is in negotiations to build a 300MW hydroelectric generating plant, according to representatives of the Embassy of Costa Rica in China.

China To Invest $50 Million in Hydro Power Plant Patuca III

April 2011

The first phase of the Hydro Power Plant is picking up steam after the signing of an agreement between Honduras and China.

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Panama Authorizes 26 MW Hydro Project

January 2011

The Public Services Authority of Panama (ASEP) gave Mifta Power Inc. a concession to build and operate the Santa Maria hydroelectric plant.

This dam will use waters of the Santa Maria River in the San Francisco district, province of Veraguas, to generate 26 MW.

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New Small Hydroelectric Project in Melacatán, Guatemala

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The National Energy Corporation (CNEE) authorized the construction of an hydroelectric power plant in Malacatán, San Marcos.

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