- Published: 11 July 2014 11 July 2014
Iberdrola Ingeniería and Gamesa have entered into an agreement with Honduras-based Grupo Terra to build the 50 MW San Marcos wind farm.
This wind power facility will be located in the municipality of San Marcos de Colón, 140 kilometres south of the Honduran capital Tegucigalpa and close to the border with Nicaragua and will cost € 62 million. Iberdrola's subsidiary firm will be in charge of engineering, procurement, construction and start-up of the wind farm. It will also build an electrical substation and a 40 kilometres power line for uploading energy to the grid. Gamesa will be in charge of supplying 25 G90 2MW turbines with a hub height of 78 metres and a rotor diameter of 90 metres.