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Gamesa and Iberdrola to build 102MW Honduran project

LATIN AMERICA: A consortium headed up by Gamesa and Iberdrola has won a contract from Honduran energy developer Mesoamérica Energy to build a 102MW wind farm.

The Gamea G80 2MW turbine will be used on the Cerro de Hula project
The Gamea G80 2MW turbine will be used on the Cerro de Hula project

The Cerro de Hula wind farm will use 51 G87 2MW turbines while the contract includes a two-year maintenance contract.

The project is expected to be completed in 18 months and has a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Empresa Nacional de Energia Electrica. The PPA has been financed by the US Export-Import Bank and the Central American Bank for Economic Integration.

Gamesa owns 76% of the project and, in addition to supplying the turbines, will be responsible for delivery and construction. Iberdrola will handle the export of the electricity and the wind farms infrastructure.

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