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Honduras

PPP Indicators

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Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Specialized Container and General Cargo Terminal of Puerto Cortes Ports 2013 $624.30
Cerro de Hula Wind Farm Electricity 2010 $387.60
Consorcio Vial Honduras Roads 2013 $375.00
Luz y Fuerza de San Lorenzo SA Electricity 1995 $263.60
Pacifico Solar Power Plants Electricity 2014 $210.00
Aguas de San Pedro Water and sewerage 2001 $207.90
Upower Honduras Solar Power Plants Electricity 2015 $190.00
Choloma III Electricity 2003 $165.00
Autopista del Atlantico Roads 2013 $150.00
Vientos de Electrotecnia - San Marcos Wind Farm Electricity 2013 $130.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Los Prados Solar Park Electricity 2016 $100.00
Upower Honduras Solar Power Plants Electricity 2015 $190.00
Valle Solar Electricity 2015 $120.00
Aura Solar II Power Project Electricity 2015 $120.00
SPS Siglo XXI Roads 2015 $87.90
Pacifico Solar Power Plants Electricity 2014 $210.00
Agua Fria Solar Power Plant Electricity 2014 $125.00
Marcovia Solar Electricity 2014 $90.00
Mecanismos de Energia Renovable (Mecer) Solar PV Plant Electricity 2014 $69.30
Pavana Solar Power Plant Electricity 2014 $60.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Specialized Container and General Cargo Terminal of Puerto Cortes Ports 2013 $624.30
Cerro de Hula Wind Farm Electricity 2010 $387.60
Consorcio Vial Honduras Roads 2013 $375.00
Luz y Fuerza de San Lorenzo SA Electricity 1995 $263.60
Pacifico Solar Power Plants Electricity 2014 $210.00
Aguas de San Pedro Water and sewerage 2001 $207.90
Upower Honduras Solar Power Plants Electricity 2015 $190.00
Choloma III Electricity 2003 $165.00
Autopista del Atlantico Roads 2013 $150.00
Vientos de Electrotecnia - San Marcos Wind Farm Electricity 2013 $130.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Los Prados Solar Park Electricity 2016 $100.00
Upower Honduras Solar Power Plants Electricity 2015 $190.00
Valle Solar Electricity 2015 $120.00
Aura Solar II Power Project Electricity 2015 $120.00
SPS Siglo XXI Roads 2015 $87.90
Pacifico Solar Power Plants Electricity 2014 $210.00
Agua Fria Solar Power Plant Electricity 2014 $125.00
Marcovia Solar Electricity 2014 $90.00
Mecanismos de Energia Renovable (Mecer) Solar PV Plant Electricity 2014 $69.30
Pavana Solar Power Plant Electricity 2014 $60.00

Infrastructure Indicators

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GCI Infrastructure Score

The Global Competitiveness Index (GCI)  is published in the Global Competitiveness Report and assesses the competitiveness landscape of 140 economies. The GCI Infrastructure Score is a component of the overall index and covers transport, electricity and telephony infrastructure. 

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3.39/7

GCI Score as of 2015-2016
GCI Infrastructure Score 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Resources

    • 2012

    Reglamento Ley Marco Sector Agua Potable y Saneamiento, Honduras

    Reglamento Ley Marco Sector Agua Potable y Saneamiento, Honduras  Secretaría de Salud - Acuerdo No. 006 Tegucigalpa, M.D.C., 3 de febrero de 2004  

    • 2003
    • Javier Diaz
    • Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)

    La participación del sector privado en los servicios de agua y saneamiento en San Pedro Sula, Honduras

    This study analyzes the reform process to bring private participation into in water and sewerage provision in the municipal of San Pedro Sula. The paper reviews the sector situation before the reform, analyzes the tender process to grant the water concession and other key aspects of the reform, and finally reviews the impact of the concession on service provision and financial health of the water utility.

    • 2014

    Puerto Cortés Container and Cargo Terminal, Honduras

    Terminal de Contenedores y Carga General de Puerto Cortés: Contrato de Fideicomiso

    Management Trust Agreement for the Structuring, Development and Financing of the Operation of the Puerto Cortés Container and Cargo Terminal between the Comisión para la Promoción de Alianzas Públicas-Privadas (COALIANZA), Empresa Nacional Portuaria (National Port Company) and Banco Financiera Comercial Hondurena S.A. (FICOHSA BANK). The National Port Company undertakes to transfer certain assets and rights (real estate comprising the Specialized Container and Cargo Terminal etc.) to FICOHSA Bank, the bank in charge of structuring, and serving as trustee of the project. FICOHSA Bank will manage these assets and rights for the study, development and financing of the Puerto Cortés PPP Project. FICOHSA Bank is also responsible for...

    • 2015
    • Foro Social de la Deuda Externa y Desarrollo de Honduras (FOSDEH)

    Protocolo para una práctica transparente de las Alianzas Público Privadas en Honduras

      This document called Protocol for a transparent practice of Public-Private Partnerships in Honduras comes from a joint effort of FOSDEH, Civil Society Organizations, State Institutions, Private Enterprise, Cooperation International Academy, Social Movements, among others, as a response to different analyzes, opinions, concerns and criteria made on the implementation of the Partnerships Private public in Honduras. Born since 2011, with the approval of Decree No. 143-2010, which legally gives official recognition to the instrument (model) for the government Honduras encourage and promote investments in the form of APP. This document is in Spanish.

    • 2014
    • Government of Honduras

    Corredor Turístico, Concession Agreement

    Corredor turístico, contrato de concesión

    Corredor Turístico (El Progreso-Tela, San Pedro Sula – El Progreso y La Barca – El Progreso) - Concession Agreement between the Republic of Honduras (conceding authority) and the Consortium Concorcio Canal Seco (CASH) (concessionaire) for the construction, operation, transfer, and maintenance of a 122-km, four-lane highway along the Atlantic side of Honduras ("touristic corridor") under a design, finance, build, operate, transfer (DFBOT) scheme (Spanish). The conceding authority undertakes to guarantee to the concessionaire an annual minimum income during the lesser of: (i) 15 years or (ii) the debt repayment term since the date of acceptance of all works by the concessionaire. There are specific “minimum guaranteed annual income”...

    • 2014
    • Government of Honduras

    Corredor Logístico, Concession Agreement

    Corredor logístico, contrato de concesión

    Corredor Logístico (Goascoran-Villa de San Antonio, Tegucigalpa -Villa de San Antonio- San Pedro Sula - Puerto Cortes) - Concession Agreement between the Republic of Honduras (conceding authority) and Vial Honduras S.A. (concessionaire) for a 392-km road that will connect the Atlantic coast to the Pacific coast ("logistics corridor") under a design, finance, build, operate and transfer (DFBOT) scheme. The project comprises an extension of 88 km of road, the reinstatement of another 161 km of existing road and the maintenance of 391.8 km from Goascorán to Villa de San Antonio. The conceding authority undertakes to guarantee to the concessionaire an annual minimum income during the lesser of: (i) 15 years or (ii) the debt repayment...

    • 2014
    • Government of Honduras

    Puerto Cortes Bulk Cargo Terminal: Management Trust Agreement

    Puerto Cortes Bulk Cargo Terminal: Contrato de Fideicomiso

    The objectives and purposes of the Trust Management Agreement are to establish the structure, based on the studies, of an international public tender for the award of equipment, operation and maintenance of the project to a private Investor-Operator, who will assume responsibility for the operation related to the loading and unloading of merchandise at Puerto Cortés’ bulk terminal. The project aims to streamline the operating system to quickly handle imports and exports, and change the physical structure and logistics of the port, which is considered of critical importance to Honduras.  

Date last reviewed: December 1, 2016

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