Honduras-based Central American Bank for Economic Integration (Cabei) is one of the largest second-floor microfinance lenders in Central America. The multilateral bank was established in 1960 by the governments of five Central American states to promote economic and social development through regional integration. It now includes 13 member countries. The bank is headquartered in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. In 2014 the bank, together with the IFC and the Opec Fund for International Development, provided financing for the construction of an 81.7MW PV power complex in Honduras. The complex, in Choluteca department, will comprise three solar plants: Pacifico (23.3MW), Choluteca I (23.3MW) and Choluteca II (35.1MW), which combined represent the largest renewable energy development in Central America to date.
Banco Centroamericano de Integración Economica / Central American Bank for Economic Integration
Edificio Sede BCIE, Boulevard Suyapa, Tegucigalpa, Francisco Moraz, Honduras