New Hydro Station in Guatemala

Located in Alta Verapaz, the Santa Teresa Hydroelectric Plant is capable of generating 16.4 megawatts (MW).

Thursday, March 29, 2012

The hydroelectric plant is part of the Energy Division of Corporación Multi Inversiones.

"The energy produced by the station can supply approximately 25,000 households with an average consumption of 250 kilowatt hours a month, said the company’s public relations office .

In addition, Santa Teresa has the second highest dam in Guatemala, after the one at Chixoy Hydroelectric station, reported the public relations office", published Prensalibre.com

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New Hydropower Station in Nicaragua

May 2013

With an investment of $16 million Inversiones Hidroeléctricas S.A. will build the hydroelectric station El Diamante in the municipality of San Ramón, Matagalpa.

This new plant will generate 21,000 megawatts / hour per year. According to Joseph Adam Aguerri, president of the Superior Council of Private Enterprise, the hydroelectric station will generate clean power from the flow of the river Upa.

Good Returns from Hydropower

November 2012

Generating electricity by exploiting the potential of the rivers in Guatemala has a promising present and future.

The latest tenders to be put out for the supply of electricity in Guatemala, demonstrate the interest of local and foreign investors in participating in a good business proposition.

Hydroelectric Station to Issue Bonds for $90 million

September 2014

The subsidiary company of Panamá Power, operator of the hydroelectric El Alto, is seeking financing through a six year term bonds placement in the Panamanian stock market.

Hydro Caisán published on the website of the Stock Exchange of Panama the preliminary prospectus of the issue, which details the characteristics of the placement and the uses for the $90 million it seeks to raise.

Panama: Extension for Hydroelectricity Project

October 2014

Hidro Burica S.A. now has until December 2017 to complete construction works and start operations of the 50 MW Burica hydroelectricity plant in the province of Chiriqui.

From a resolution issued by the National Authority of Public Services in Panama (ASEP)

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