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SOMOS UN PROYECTO DE ENERGÍA RENOVABLE

Renace es un proyecto hidroeléctrico comprometido con la protección y el cuidado del medio ambiente

CONOCE MÁS

What do we do at Renace?

What do we do at Renace?

We are a Guatemalan Hydroelectrical Complex that works with renewable sources to generate clean and responsible power.

BENEFITS OF OUR PROJECTS

In Renace we keep investing in San Pedro Carchá. These are some of the benefits of the building and operation of our hydroelectrical centrals:

21,000

Beneficiaries

through our development programs 

15,000

Job positions

(between temporary and rotating) in San Pedro Carchá

93

Kilometers

of built and maintained roads

10

Waste Tons

removed from the river in annualy (+average)

46

Hectares

converted in a Natural Private Reserved

14%

Reduction

of chronical undernourishment elementary and middle school. *kids under 5 years old.

11%

Reduction

of teenager pregnancy in our
communities

15%

Increase

of school re-enrollment elementary and middle school

OUR CORPORATE VALUES


All our employees at Renace, independently of their charge or position and working time at the Complex, perform their work freely and with total attachment to the following values:

          

Responsibility

Assume and comply with our individual commitments as well as be responsible for our actions theri consequences

Excellence

Look for predominance and perfection in what we do. For this purpose we strive for continuos improvement, exceptionally good results and efficiency.

Integrity

Our actions and word shall be consistent with our values.

Respect

Consideration to the rights of others and to the legal system that supports such rights.

Mission

We are a referent in the power generation, mainly with renewable sources, creating value in a sustainable way for the shareholders, clients, suppliers, collaborators and the communities where we operate.

Vision

To be a World class organization, that applies the highest standars of the electrical industry in their operations, participating significantly and growing strategically and with rentability in the electrical Guatemalan and regional market.

PROJECT PROGRESS

Power generation through renewable sources benefits us all.

Not only creates jobs and generates progress, but also boost economic and social growth in Guatemala, while protects the environment. The generation with renewable sources isthe foundation of sustainability at long term.

By the year 2017 we plan to have an installed capability superior of 300MW through the
Renace Hydroelectric Complex:

RENACE I

This was the beginning of what we now know as Renace Hydroelectric Complex. The communitarian relation and the preparation for this central began in 1994 and in 2004 target operations, generating 66MW.

RENACE II

After making the project´s socialization with the communities of the area of influence and fulfill with legal protocol, in 2011 began the construction of the central Renace II with 114 MW of power capacity

RENACE III

Renace III of 66MW, is the third central over the Cahabón river.
The project officially initiated in May 2012 with the respective impact studies along with the development and design phase.

RENACE IV

The project Renace IV is the fourth Hydroelectric central in the Municipality of San Pedro Carchá as part of the Hydroelectric Complex.
It is a project that will have an installed capacity of 55MW.

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