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Santiago.- National Energy Commission director Enrique Ramírez Tuesday said there are projects to produce 130 megawatts of wind power across the country.

He said Dominican Republic’s 92 megawatts of installed renewable energy makes it a leader in non-traditional projects, and expects they’ll make the country the main destination for those investments in the entire Caribbean.

Ramírez spoke in the International Seminar on Sector Benchmarking: Electricity, organized for the electricity sector by the Public Administration Ministry (MAP).

The official said the success achieved by the National Energy Commission and the National Industrial Property Office results from knowledge of quality taught by the MAP.

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7 comment(s)
Written by: Johny, 1 Jul 2014 10:41 AM
From: United States, European Union, Dominican Republic -

Build more turbines in southwest.
Written by: josean This user is banned, 1 Jul 2014 11:43 AM
From: United States, Guillermo President 2016 Because Our Future Depends On It!

This sounds like, Pardon the Pun, just more PURPLE HOT AIR!

Written by: gomas, 1 Jul 2014 1:36 PM
From: Dominican Republic, puerto plata
I Think it funny in the usa all the green people want wind power and now the blades are killing birds of prey!!!
Written by: Tomas, 1 Jul 2014 2:21 PM
From: Dominican Republic, Cabrera
Wind power is good power.
Sun power is better power.
Oil & coal power is bad power.
Written by: gomas, 1 Jul 2014 2:33 PM
From: Dominican Republic, puerto plata
but coal is cheapest. and for poor countries is a good choice.
Written by: Tomas, 1 Jul 2014 2:56 PM
From: Dominican Republic, Cabrera
Sorry, coal is the worst choice.
Written by: Danilo This user is banned, 1 Jul 2014 10:28 PM
From: Dominican Republic, SDQ --- VIGILADOR.COM (Beta) - Vigilando nuestra Quisqueya
Did the editor mean effing?

Btw joseano and co. these new turbines will go up soon! Their bases are being prepared as we speak.
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