Honduras state power company Empresa Nacional de Energía Eléctrica (ENEE) is involved in the generation, transmission and distribution of electric power. Its power generation assets include hydroelectric plants Francisco Morazán (300MW), Río Lindo (80MW), Cañaveral (29MW), El Níspero (22.5MW), Santa María del Real (1.2MW), El Coyolar (1.7MW), and Nacaome (30MW). ENEE also has four thermo plants: Santa Fe (5MW), EMCE I (26.6MW), La Puerta Hitachi (18MW), and La Puerta General Electric (15MW). The company is developing a number of major projects including the Bijao thermo plant in Cortés department; a natural gas-fired power plant in San Pedro de Sula; the Los Llanitos and Jicatuyo hydropower plants, which are part of a 300MW multi-purpose hydropower complex being built by Brazil's Odebrecht; and the Patuca III hydropower plant, in eastern department Olancho. ENEE was founded in 1957 and is based in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.