Panama: $180 Million for Fersa's Second Wind Farm

The company Enrilews, Panamanian subsidiary of Span's Fersa, was authorized to build a second wind energy farm in the country.

Thursday, August 6, 2009

This new farm will be located in the province of Coclé, and will be developed in three phases. In the first one, the company will invest 126 million euros ($180 million), in order to generate 105 MW of clean energy. This phase could be finished by the end of 2011.

"With this new authorization, the company now has 330 authorized MW in Panama", reports

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$160 Million Wind Farm in Nicaragua

June 2011

The regulatory agency has authorized the company Eolo de Nicaragua S.A., to construct a wind farm in the department of Rivas.

According to the draft submitted to the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (Marena), the new wind farm would be located in the town of Rivas on kilometer 123 of the Panamericana Sur Highway, near the wind farm Amayo.

$ 209 Million for Cerro de Hula Wind Project

November 2010

The BCIE and the EX-IM Bank signed a loan in favor of Energía Eólica de Honduras.

The resources will be invested in the Cerro de Hula Wind Project, which will generate 102 MW and is located in the Department of Francisco Morazan, Honduras.

The project developer will be EEHSA, a subsidiary of Mesoamerica, SA (ERM).

New Wind Energy Park in Panama

February 2009

By the middle of the year, the company Fersa is planning to start the construction of the Toabré Wind Farm, located in the Cocle Province.

Tagnia Shocrón wrote in an article on "A multinational under the name Enrilews, SA, is involved.
The Toabré Wind Farm will generate up to 225 megawatts (MW) when work is completed, supplying 9% of local demand.

$311 million for Wind Farm in Panama

October 2008

Spanish firm, Fersa, has obtained authorization from the Government of Panama to build and operate the first wind farm in the country.

The construction of the first phase of the project, which will generate 150 MW, will start in the second quarter of 2009. Fersa plans to invest $311 million (225 million euros) and expects the farm to be operational by the end of 2010 and should reach a production of 540,000 gigawatts per year.

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