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Santo Domingo.- The power companies isolated from Dominican Republic’s electricity grid have created the Dominican Isolated Electrical Systems Association (ADOSEA), to represent their sector and promote programs, projects and national and international activities which contribute to the national energy sector’s growth and efficient development.

In a statement, ADOSEA said it will to also promote competitiveness to secure sustained growth for its members and the strict enforcement of General Electricity Law No. 125-01.

Chaired by Jesús Bolinaga, ADOSEA is formed by the power companies of Punta Cana (CEPM); Luz y Fuerza, of Las Terrenas; El Progreso of El Limon; Puerto Plata de Electricidad; Cap Cana Caribbean; Costasur Dominicana, :La Romana; Tourist Services Corporation Punta Cana and Electricidad de Bayahíbe.

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Written by: Radar, 30 Jun 2014 11:28 AM
From: Dominican Republic

A very good thing, indeed. Competition moderates prices to consumers, and compels improvement in services.
I think we'll see a surge in the number of independent generators. This will, of course, diminish the need to build mega plants.

The trend will be for more wind, solar, and possibly mini hydro plants. These are cheaper to build and maintain; can serve a limited number of costumers much more reliably. Cheaper electricity with a lesser impact on the environment. What's not to like.?


Written by: Tomas, 30 Jun 2014 1:14 PM
From: Dominican Republic, Cabrera
We can only hope!
And pray Radar.
Written by: Danilo, 30 Jun 2014 1:30 PM
From: Dominican Republic, SDQ --- VIGILADOR.COM (Beta) - Vigilando nuestra Quisqueya
I say this association will only serve to protect the power companies.
Written by: bernies, 30 Jun 2014 1:40 PM
From: Dominican Republic, Juan Dolio
Hey guys, those private power companies charge the KW/H at a rate of between 16 to 18.00RD compare to the government power companies which charges from 4.51 to 11.00 or 13.00RD pesos.
Written by: Radar, 30 Jun 2014 1:51 PM
From: Dominican Republic

Bernies, I much rather pay the higher rates than have endure the constant black-outs.
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