Dominican Republic: More Renewable Energy

The union for the sector stated that in the next months 180 MW of wind energy and 58 MW of solar energy will become part of the country's energy matrix.

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Representatives from the Dominican Electrical Industry Association (ADIE) announced that in the remainder of 2018 five projects, representing an investment of around $500 million, will start operating. 

See also "Central America: $1.6 billion in energy projects"

In relation to investments in renewable energies, Manuel Cabral, executive vice president of the ADIE explained that the trade union he represents promotes " ..." the continuity of investment in non-conventional renewable energies, thus making the most of our geographical location, which as an insular country means we have abundant resources to generate clean energy."

Cabral added that " ... All these investments have made the Dominican Republic a country with one of the most diversified power generation matrices in the region."

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