Cerro de Hula

Cerro de Hula

Globeleq's majority-owned company, Globeleq Mesoamerica Energy (GME) owns the 126 MW Cerro de Hula (CdH) wind energy project through its locally owned entity, Energía Eólicas de Honduras, S.A. (EEHSA). The original 102 MW project reached commercial operation during 2011, with an expansion of 24 MW commissioned in November 2014.  CdH generates approximately 6 percent of the country’s power and is the first and largest facility in Honduras.

The CdH wind plant supplies the national utility company, Empresa Nacional de Energía Eléctrica under a  20-year power purchase agreement. Located 24 km south of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, in the municipalities of Santa Ana and San Buenaventura, the greater project area is spread over approximately 6,500 hectares.

Watch a video on the CdH wind farm here (English / Español).

Location Honduras
Description

63 x 2 MW Gamesa wind turbines and is the first wind farm commissioned in Honduras

Fuel Type Wind
Capacity 126 MW
C.O.D. Phase 1: 2011 & Phase 2: 2014
Globeleq Role Owner