Wind Projects in Honduras Confirmed

The government has finalized three agreements for electricity generation in wind farms which will produce 94 megawatts of clean energy.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

A statement from the Presidency of Honduras reads:

Government signs three agreements for wind power generation
Thursday, December 20, 2012

The agreements are with the companies Vientos de Electrotecnia, Parque Eólico de San Marcos; Proyecto Eólico Chinchayote and the expansion of Cerro de Hula, Globeleq Mesoamérica.

President Porfirio Lobo Sosa, signed on Thursday in the Lenca hall at the Presidential House, three agreements for generating energy from wind power, with wind farms in San Marcos and Chinchayote in the municipality of San Marcos de Colon, Choluteca and extension of the Cerro de Hula project, between Santa Ana and San Buenaventura, Francisco Morazán.

The company Vientos de Electrotecnia will be responsible for running the wind farm in San Marcos with the installation of 23 turbines, which will generate 49 megawatts, with a total investment of $130 million.

The Chinchayote Wind Project is being run by the company Vientos de San Marcos, generating 45 MW at a cost of $170 million.

During the construction of the two mega projects, in 2013, these investments are expected to exceed $300 million, which will bring significant savings to the National Electricity Company (ENEE), which will acquire power from these two companies at a price of approximately 14.8 cents per kilowatt hour.

With domestic investment by the two firms who are part of the Terra Group, the Government will make savings of at least $70 million, backing this clean energy generation.

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Wind Projects in Guatemala

November 2014

Of a potential of 1,000 MW of power generated through wind in the country, 101 MW will start to be generated from three wind projects which will start operations in May 2015.

The three projects referred to are those of the companies Viento Blanco which will generate 21 MW, Tresca, with 30MW, and the most advanced, Eólico San Antonio del Sitio, with 52.8 MW, which already has 90% of the necessary infrastructure for it to operate.

Honduras: 50 MW Wind Farm

November 2014

The company Vientos de Electrotecnia has started testing its wind turbines at the plant in San Marcos, Choluteca, and projects that the formal start of operations will be in the first half of December.

With a total investment of $140 million the wind farm in San Marcos will produce 50MW using 25 wind turbines of 2 MW each.

Honduras : $127 million For Wind Project

February 2014

The delayed construction of the wind power project to generate 50 MW in San Marcos will be funded by international banks.

The Dutch Development Bank (FMO) announced that five international financial institutions have provided loans for $127.5 million to finance a 50 MW wind power project in San Marcos.

Honduras: More Investment in Wind Power

December 2012

12 turbines have been added at Cerro de Hula wind farm, with an additional investment of $63 million.

Currently the Cerro de Hula wind farm, owned by Energía Eólica de Honduras, a subsidiary of Globeleq Mesoamerica Energy, has a generating capacity of 102 MW.

The investment of $63 million announced by Deputy Minister of Natural Resources of Honduras, Roberto Cardona, will increase generation by 25 MW, bringing the total generating potential of Cerro Hula to 127 MW.

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