InterEnergy

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InterEnergy owns and operates power generation, transmission and distribution assets as well as fuel logistics businesses in Latin America and the Caribbean. With a significant footprint in the Dominican Republic, Panama, Jamaica and Chile.

InterEnergy’s generation portfolio aggregates approximately 1,250MW of installed capacity across the region. It is also the exclusive supplier of electricity to the fast-growing tourism resort area of Punta Cana-Bavaro, covering over 50,000 hotel rooms and over 40,000 low-tension clients.

A pioneer in renewable energy, InterEnergy developed, the first wind farms in the Dominican Republic, the largest wind farm in Central America, and several solar power projects throughout the region. By supplying over 320 MW of renewable energy generation throughout the region, InterEnergy eliminates hundreds of thousands of tons of CO2 emissions per year.[1]


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