historia-gpg
  • Entry into commercial operation of the Berrybank 1 wind farm, the second operational wind farm in Australia.
  • Start of construction of the Berrybank 2 wind farm in Australia.
  • The CEN (National Electrical Coordination) declares the entry into operation of the San Pedro photovoltaic plant for 102 MW, in Chile.
  • The CEN (National Electrical Coordination) declares the entry into operation of the Cabo Leones II wind farm for 205.8 MW, in Chile.
  • Signing of the operation and maintenance contract for the 42 MW Achwa I hydroelectric plant in Uganda.
  • Award and signing of the PPA for the Hawkesdale wind farm, made up of 23 wind turbines and with a total installed capacity of 96.6 MW, located in the state of Victoria, Australia.
  • Award and signing of the PPA with the retailer Snowy Hydro for the Ryan Corner wind farm, made up of 52 wind turbines and with a total installed capacity of 218.4 MW, located in the state of Victoria, Australia.
  • Award and signing of the PPA with the government of the ACT (Australian Capital Territory) for the Berrybank 2 wind farm, made up of 26 wind turbines and with a total installed capacity of 109.2 MW. This PPA is also associated with a 20 MWh battery energy storage system located in the ACT.
  • Commencement of commercial operation of the Achwa II plant in Uganda.
  • The San Pedro photovoltaic solar park is declared Under Construction by the National Energy Commission in Chile.
  • Modernization of units 1 and 2 HPP La Yeguada, with an additional 1.04 MW capacity increase in Panama.
  • Start of construction of the Berrybank 1 wind farm, Australia.
  • The 205.8 MW Cabo Leones II wind farm is declared Under Construction by the National Energy Commission in Chile.
  • Entry into commercial operation of the Crookwell 2 wind farm, the first operational wind farm in Australia.
  • Award and signing of the PPA with the Victorian government for the Berrybank 1 wind farm, located in the state of Victoria, Australia and made up of 43 wind turbines, with a total installed capacity of 180.6 MW.
  • Signing of the operation and maintenance contract for the 42 MW Achwa II hydroelectric power plant in Uganda.
  • Acquisition of the rights and projects from Canadian Solar Inc. for the Guimarânia I and Guimarânia II photovoltaic plants with a generation capacity of 83 MW. These photovoltaic plants are the latest projects carried out by GPG in Brazil.
  • Modernization of the 3 CH La Yeguada unit, with an additional 250 KW capacity increase in Panama.
  • Start of operations of the Sobral I solar plant with an installed capacity of 35.13 MW and the Sertão photovoltaic plant with an installed capacity of 35.16 MW in Brazil.
  • Start of construction of the Crookwell 2 wind farm, Australia.
  • Award and signing of the PPA with the Government of the ACT (Australian Capital Territory) of the Crookwell 2 wind farm, located in the state of New South Wales, Australia and consisting of 28 wind turbines, with a total installed capacity of 91 MW.
  • Constitution of the GPG Chile Company, beginning the “greenfield” development of projects as well as the search and acquisition of projects in different phases of development, with the aim of being able to present a package of projects to the 2015 Regulated Customers Energy Supply Tender /01.
  • Transfer of the operation of the La Joya hydroelectric plant to the Torito control room, making the La Joya plant the first and only unattended plant in the country, operated completely remotely, in Costa Rica.
  • Start of commercial operation of the Torito power plant, making GPG the largest private generator in the country with an installed capacity of 100 MW, in Costa Rica.
  • Constitution of Global Power Generation.
  • Commencement of commercial operation of unit 1 of the La Caridad combined cycle power plant in Mexico.
  • Start of commercial operation of the Bií Hioxo wind farm, located in Juchitán, Oaxaca, Mexico, consisting of 117 wind turbines, with a total installed capacity of 234 MW, under the self-supply modality.
  • Commencement of commercial operation of unit 1 of the La Caridad combined cycle power plant in Mexico.
  • Commencement of commercial operation of the Bujagali hydroelectric plant in Uganda.
  • Start of construction of the catchment construction works, powerhouse and transmission line, in Costa Rica.
  • Signing of the operation and maintenance contract for the 250 MW Bujagali hydroelectric plant and start of preparation for commercial exploitation in Uganda.
  • Start of commercial operation of the Norte Durango combined cycle plant in Mexico with an installed capacity of 570 MW.
  • Construction and commissioning of the Los Algarrobos hydroelectric plant with 9,858 MW in Panama.
  • The Costa Rican Institute of Electricity (ICE) awards Unión Fenosa the construction of the Torito hydroelectric plant with a capacity of 50 MW, in Costa Rica.
  • Implementation of the Commercial Measurement System (SMEC), which allows the sale of energy for the occasional market (spot) and participation in PPA contracts, in Panama.
  • Creation of the energy and services company of Panama (ESEPSA) to manage the 3 hydroelectric plants CH Dolega 3.12 MW, CH Macho de Monte 2.4 MW. HPP La Yeguada 6.6 MW and the 2 thermal power plants CT Capira 6 MW, CT Chitre 5 MW.
  • Completion of works and start of commercial generation at the La Joya hydroelectric plant in Costa Rica.
  • SOLUZIONA operation and maintenance (today GPG) begins the process of hiring and training personnel for operation and maintenance, in Costa Rica.
  • Start of the construction of the catchment construction works, powerhouse and transmission line, of the La Joya hydroelectric plant, in Costa Rica.
  • Commencement of commercial operation of the Tuxpan combined cycle power plant in Mexico.
  • Commencement of commercial operation of the Hermosillo combined cycle plant in Sonora, Mexico, under the PPA modality.
  • Start of operations of the La Vega power plant in the Dominican Republic, with an installed capacity of 87.5 MW. This plant operates with 5 Man brand engines of 18,900 kW, powered by fuel oil.
  • The Costa Rican Institute of Electricity (ICE) awards Unión Fenosa the construction of the La Joya hydroelectric plant with a capacity of 50 MW, in Costa Rica.
  • Construction and operation of the Naco-Nogales power plant with an installed capacity of 353 MW, located in Sonora, Mexico.
  • Start of operations of the Palamara power plant in the Dominican Republic, with an installed capacity of 102 MW. This power plant operates with ten Wartsila brand engines of 11,340 kW of mechanical power each, powered by fuel oil.