Two wind farms to boost capacity in Honduras

Company Vientos de Electrotecnia's planned wind farms in Honduras will produce a combined 94.5 MW of capacity, according to BNamericas.

The projects are the 49.5 MW San Marcos and the 45 MW Chinchayote. They would be built in the municipality of San Marcos de Colón in Choluteca department, the article said. The company expects construction to take 20 months after it receives government approval.

Energía Eólica de Honduras currently operates the country's sole wind farm, the 102 MW Cerro de Hula, under a 20-year power purchase agreement with Enee.

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