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Promoting a low-carbon energy system for the achievement of the climate objectives of the Dominican Republic

As of: June 2018

Objective and activities

The project supports the Dominican Republic in its transition towards a climate-friendly energy sector. Currently, the Dominican power generation is largely based on fossil fuels, contributing with 1/3 to the GHG inventory. Far-reaching reforms on the political, institutional, regulatory and financial level are supposed to contribute to increasing the share of renewable energies and improving energy efficiency. In order to promote investments in renewable energies, approval procedures are to be accelerated and innovative financing mechanisms will be developed. In addition, the project supports the preparation of promising NAMAs and the implementation of the NDC in the energy sector including reliable MRV mechanisms. In the long-term this shall contribute to increasing the ambition in the existing climate targets. Aiming for a sustainable energy supply in rural areas, a renewable energies pilot project with an innovative operator and finance structure (e.g. cooperatives) will be implemented.

Predeccessor project(s)
Designing and Communicating Low Carbon Energy Roadmaps for Small Island States of the Caribbean

State of implementation/results

Project in implementation

Project data

Country:
Dominican Republic

Implementing organisation:
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

Partner institution(s):
  • Ministry of Energy and Mines - Dominican Republic
  • Asociación para el Fomento de las Energías Renovables (Asofer),Dominican Association of Industry and Energy (ADIE) - Dominican Republic,Dominican Corporation of State Electrical Companies (CDEEE) - Dominican Republic,National Council for Climate Change and the Clean Development Mechanism - Dominican Republic,National Energy Commission (CNE) - Dominican Republic,Superintendencia de Electricidad de la República Dominicana (SIE),Worldwatch Institute

BMU grant:
€ 4,800,000

Duration:
07/2017 till 06/2022

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