“We currently have an interest in two Hydro-Electric Projects and one Wind Project in various parts of Honduras. Both of our Hydro-Electric projects are classified as run-of-the-river projects (not conventional retention dams). Our Chiligatoro Hydro-Electric Project is in the final permitting stage of development and our Iscan Hydro-Electric Project is currently in the early feasibility stage of development.
Our wind project is also in the early feasibility stage of development. To date, we have not completed construction of any of the projects and we have not received any revenue from any of the projects. There can be no assurance given that these projects will be completed in a timely manner, if at all. We will require additional funds to complete these projects, estimated at $200,000,000 in the aggregate. The feasibility stage of development is the stage of development where the preliminary permits are obtained, measurement of the water flow for hydro-electric projects or wind and weather patterns for wind projects are observed, and final project size are determined. See Managements’ Discussion and Analysis. Additionally, if the projects are completed, there is no guarantee that they will be successfully used to create electricity or that they will generate a consistent revenue stream for us.”
“On May 27, 2010, we acquired 100% of the 6 mega-watt per hour (MWh) Chiligatoro Hydro-Electric Project (“Chiligatoro”) in Intibuca, Honduras. This project is classified as a run-of-the-river project (not a conventional retention dam) and is currently in the feasibility stage of development. Acquisition in this phase of development allows us to have full control of the final design and construction of this project. To date, the construction of Chiligatoro has not started, and we have not received any revenues from the project. There is no assurance that Chiligatoro will be completed in a timely manner, if at all. Additionally, if Chiligatoro is completed, there is no guarantee that it will be successfully used to create electricity or that it will generate a consistent revenue stream for us.”
Other Projects Addressed in Report:
Caserio Rio Frio