Honduras will this month open its very first wind power plant, the new 102 MW capacity Cerro de Hula wind farm.
According to project contractor Iberdrola Engineering BMAD: IBE, Cerro de Hula is the largest wind power plant in Central America.
The wind farm is owned by Mesoamerica Energy, which has been involved in a number of renewable energy projects throughout Central America. Iberdrola teamed up with Gamesa on the $200 million “turnkey” construction contract, which comes with two years of maintenance services.
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