Global Power Generation S.A. (GPG) a subsidiary of Spain's Naturgy Energy Group, was set up in 2014 by the group in conjunction with the Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA), through its subsidiary Wren House Infrastructure, to help grow the group's international market through the development of generation projects, especially in Latin America and Asia. Naturgy owns a 75% stake in the venture, with KIA holding the balance. The company encompasses the entire value chain of the power generation industry, including project development, engineering, and construction, as well as electricity generation asset operation and management. Amongst the company's project are the 250MW Hermosillo Power Plant, in Mexico, GPG's first combined cycle plant; the 300MW Naco Nogales Power Plant, also in Mexico, and which also incorporates a wastewater treatment plant with a production capacity of 450m3/h; the Bii Hioxo Wind Farm, in Mexico; and the 50MW Torito Hydropower Plant, in northeastern Costa Rica, which came online in 2015, becoming GPG's second power plant in the country. Additionally, the company has two other power plants in Mexico (a total of four combined cycle power plants and one wind farm); Costa Rica's second plant (the La Joya hydropower plants); a combined cycle plant in Puerto Rico; two thermal power plants in the Dominican Republic; four hydropower plants in Panama; as well as other assets in Kenya (diesel engine power plants). In addition, GPG offers engineering and O&M services through its subsidiaries GNF Ingeniería y Desarrollo de Generación and O&M Energy.