Delay in Panamanians Wind Projects

Funding pledged by international banks hit by the global financial crisis must be replaced by other sources of capital.

Monday, June 1, 2009

In other cases, the government has denied the necessary operation permits due to breach of requisites.
Actions by environmentalists, who want to prevent the use of the Santa Fe National Park for a wind farm, claiming "ecological fragility" of the area have also influenced in the delay.

The article in noted that: "ASEP has already awarded a license to two companies for wind power. These are Generadora Eólica del Caribe, SA, to build the project on Mount Delgadito in Verguas, with the capacity to generate 19.5 megawatts, and Southern Energy Wind for the Alto de Piedra project in Veraguas, generating 18 megawatts."

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The $28.6 million loan granted to Energía Eólica de Honduras S.A. will increase the generating capacity of Cerro de Hula to 126 MW.

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