Two in for Honduras energy P3

A Canadian firm and a team comprised of Honduran and Colombian companies have submitted proposals for a P3 energy project in Honduras.

Canida’s Manitoba Hydro International and the Energía Honduras consortium have submitted technical and economic proposals for the upgrade of the national energy company’s (ENEE) services. The contract is designed to stop public losses that are currently estimated at $392m per year.

Under the 30-year deal the winning company will design, modernise, manage, operate and maintain the distribution assets, defined as the electricity assets that are not considered as transmission.

The government expects the project will also promote new investments to expand distribution networks. 

Earlier this month, companies from Italy, Spain and Germany expressed interest in the Palmerola International Airport P3 project.