The U.S. Export-Import Bank has approved a direct loan of $61.1 million to Inversiones Eólicas de Orosi Dos S.A. in Orosi to purchase U.S.-made wind generators.
The wind generators are coming from Gamesa in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania, said the bank.
The Orosi company is a subsidiary of Globeleq Mesoamerica Energy. The generators will be installed on a wind farm to generate 50 megavolts.
The Export-Import Bank, a government agency makes loans to firms that purchase U.S. products. It said that this agreement was the first wind-generating deal for Costa Rica.