Central America’s ‘biggest’ wind farm ready

Honduras will this month open its very first wind power plant, the new 102 MW capacity Cerro de Hula wind farm.

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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