Costa Rica News – The Spanish manufacturing company Gamesa has signed a contract to build the 50MW wind farm in Orosí, Costa Rica.
Gamesa will likely additionally create much of the necessary infrastructure for the premises which includes a substation, a high-tension line and grid connection.
The Orosí wind farm is anticipated to be finished in late 2014 or early 2015. The contract includes a five-year operations and maintenance arrangement.
Gamesa has in the past finalized the 116MW Cerro de Hula wind farm in Honduras and the 44MW Eolo venture in Nicaragua for GME.
I guarantee this is complete before ICE completes it’s hydroelectric projects in Costa Rica…..rule of thumb always contract out.