Operations


Orosí - Costa Rica

Orosí is located near the Quebrada Grande town in Guanacaste Province, approximately 170 km northwest of San Jose. Construction of the 50 MW Orosí wind farm was led by GME’s subsidiary company, Inversiones Eólicas de Orosí Dos S.A. The facility, which entered into Commercial Operation on September 7, 2015, uses 25 x 2 MW Gamesa wind turbine generators. Oros&iacu...

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Planta Eólica Tilarán - Costa Rica

Planta Eólica Tilarán (PESA) is a 23 MW wind farm located in Tilarán, Guanacaste province, west of lake Arenal, Costa Rica. It was the first utility scale wind generation plant in Latin America.  This area has constant winds during most of the year, especially from December to May. The project currently sells 100% of its generation output under a long term Power Purchase ...

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Cerro de Hula - Honduras

The 126 MW Cerro de Hula wind farm (CDH) is one of the largest wind farms in Central America. It is located in Honduras, 24 km south of Tegucigalpa, in the municipalities of Santa Ana and San Buenaventura in the Francisco Morazán department. The first phase of the project (102 MW) commenced Commercial Operations on December 21st, 2011, with a second phase (24 MW) reaching the same milestone...

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Eolo - Nicaragua

Eolo is located in the province of Rivas on the shores of Lake Nicaragua, about 123kms south of the capital Managua. Using 22 x 2.0 MW Gamesa G90 wind turbine generators, electricity is sold through two 20-year PPAs to the privately owned Distribuidora Electricidad de Sur S.A. (DISSUR) and Distribuidora Electricidad de Norte S.A. (DISNORTE), both subsidiaries of TSK Melfosur. The park started comm...

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