Isolux Corsan announced last week that it has delivered its first PV Solar project in Honduras on a budget of almost $100 million.
The project, the Aura II PV Solar Plant, will produce 61.48 MWp; it was built within a short period of only seven months.
The PV Solar Plant is located in the region of Choluteca and will generate 109 million kWh per year -- supplying clean energy to more than 80,000 Honduran families, and reducing the emission into the atmosphere of 40,000 tons of CO2 annually.
Private investments from Mexico and Honduras, as well as finance from the International Finance Corporation, the Mexican bank Bancomext and the German development agency DEG have supported the project.
Aura II was developed by Mexican Gauss and covers an area of 145 hectares. It has more than 200,000 followers photovoltaic modules installed on one axis. At peak production, the PV Solar Plant employs more than 700 people.
The energy produced by the PV Solar Plant will be delivered to ENEE through its interconnection with the substation of Santa Lucia. The agreement of purchase/sale of energy is valid for 20 years.
Isolux Corsan has accumulated a total of 629 MW of installed power and in construction of PV Solar Plants.
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