Roundup: Bolivia nuclear, Costa Rica wind, Honduras call

Monday, November 17, 2014

International Atomic Energy Agency representative Pablo Adelfang arrived in Bolivia to help authorities advance nuclear power studies, state news agency ABI reported.

In October, President Evo Morales announced plans for an R&D center in La Paz. The government has budgeted 12mn bolivianos (US$1.74mn) to launch a project next year, said ABI.

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Acciona announced the formal opening of the 49.5MW Chiripa wind farm in Costa Rica that began operations in July.

The country's vice president Ana Helena Chacón participated in the ceremony along with Acciona Energía CEO Rafael Mateo and executives from partner Ecoenergía.


Honduras state power company Enee issued an international call for bids to build 230/34.5kV, 50MVA substation La Entrada in Copán department.

The winner will have 18 months to complete the project, which falls under an IDB-financed program to further integrate the country with the regional power market. Offers are due January 9.