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Cross Border Transactions - DOMINICAN REPUBLIC—Moratorium on Provisional Concessions for Certain Renewables

Despite the high interest in the country’s energy sector by local and international developers of renewable projects and the government’s commitments and ongoing efforts to diversify the country’s energy matrix, particularly...more

Cross Border Transactions - DOMINICAN REPUBLIC—Potential New Conditions for CDEEE-Related PPAs for Renewables

Last May, the Corporación Dominicana de Empresas Eléctricas Estatales (CDEEE), the governmental entity required by law (Law No. 57-07 of Renewable Energy Incentives and Special Regimes and related Regulations) to enter into...more

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – The Dominican Electricity Industry Association Issues Proposals for the National Accord for the Reform of the...

As announced in our January 14, 2015 newsletter, on January 19, 2015, the Dominican government gave formal start to the discussions regarding the “National Accord for the Reform of the Electricity Sector,” which President...more

2/11/2015  /  Electricity , Energy Sector

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – Government Sets Date to Start Discussions About the National Accord for the Electricity Sector Reform and...

The Dominican government has announced that formal discussions about the so-called “National Accord for the Reform of the Electricity Sector,” which President Medina formally called for by means of Decree 389-14, dated...more

1/15/2015  /  Energy Policy , Energy Sector

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC—Executive Branch Submits to Senate Bill Aimed at Amending Article 5 of the Renewable Energy Incentive and...

The Executive Branch has submitted to the Senate a bill (Bill) introducing amendments to Article 5 of the Renewable Energy Incentive and Special Regimes Law, promulgated on May 7, 2007 (Law 57-07). The main purposes of such...more

CHILE – Boom of Nonconventional Renewable Energy Projects in Chile

In recent years and consistently, Chile has experienced a significant increase in the development of power generation projects based on nonconventional renewable energy sources (“NCRE Projects”). In addition to Chile’s...more

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – Law that Authorizes the Dominican State, through the Corporación Dominicana de Empresas Eléctricas Estatales...

On March 12, 2014, we advised that the Executive Power had introduced an important bill to the Senate (“Bill”) seeking primarily to (a) authorize the Dominican State, through the Corporación Dominicana de Empresas Eléctricas...more

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC—2010-2030 Energy Forecast for the Dominican Republic

Last month the National Energy Commission (“CNE”) published a study updating the Dominican Republic’s energy forecast for the 2010-2030 period. The study was prepared by the Argentinean Fundación Bariloche, which performed...more

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC—Recent Events in the Dominican Power Sector Open the Door for the Development of Power Generation Projects,...

Recent announcements of key projects in the Dominican power sector and actions taken by the government signal that this sector is finally taking meaningful steps aimed at resolving the structural problems that affect it,...more

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Dominican Government Seeking to Take a More Active Role in Power-Generating Activities

President Danilo Medina has introduced a bill to Congress seeking to grant the Corporación Dominicana de Empresas Eléctricas Estatales (CDEEE), the Dominican Republic’s state power holding company, the right to participate in...more

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