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Two of Enel Green Power's renewable energy projects in Latin America have received financing from Simest, a public-private finance institution that promotes the international development of Italian enterprises.

The two projects are the 74 MW Bii Nee Stipa II wind farm in Mexico and the 50 MW Chucas hydroelectric plant in Costa Rica.

Simest's financing of 10 million euros will ensure that Enel will have access to interest-rate support provided by Simest, Enel says.


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