The hydroelectric Don Pedro (14 MW) and Río Volcán (17 MW) power plants started operations in Costa Rica in 1996, and were subsequently managed by Enel Green Power Latin America, which also operated the "Molinos del Viento del Arenal plant.
Between 2000 and 2003 Enel Green Power Latin America built two hydroelectric plants in Guatemala: "Matanzas" and "El Canadá" and a number of others in Chile.
In 2002, Enel Green Power Latin America signed a strategic alliance agreement to develop geothermal resources in El Salvador as a shareholder in the state-controlled company "Geotérmica Salvadoreña, S.A." (LaGeo). The 44 MW Berlín III geothermal plant developed under the alliance has been in operation as of 2007.
In April 2006, the Italian Company and LaGeo extended their activities in Nicaragua creating another joint venture for the exploration of two geothermal areas in Managua-Chiltepe and El Hoyo Montegalán.
In August 2006, Enel Green Power Latin America acquired a 49% partnership in EGE Fortuna S.A. (currently known as "Enel Green Power Panama"), the largest energy generator in Panama.
In October 2006, Enel Green Power Latin America completed the acquisition of 10 companies in Brazil, including generating assets and concessions for 20 mini-hydro plants with a total installed capacity of 91 MW.
In July 2007, the 13 MW "Montecristo" hydroelectric plant initiated operations in Guatemala.
In December 2007, Enel Green Power Latin America acquired three hydroelectric plants in Western Mexico totaling 52 MW.
After 12 years of successful development and acquisitions, Enel Green Power Latin America has presence in 8 countries with a renewable portfolio of over 660 MW.