Abinader opens solar park and other projects in the East of the country

San Pedro de Marcorís—President Luis Abinader led the inauguration of the Cumayasa I and II Photovoltaic Solar Park projects of the Ecoener company. The projects have a combined installed capacity of 97 megawatts, which will impact 48 thousand Dominican homes annually. The investment is US$100 million.

The Spanish renewable energy generation company Ecoener announced that it intends to close 2024 with five photovoltaic parks in operation in the Dominican Republic. The total generation capacity will be 278 megawatts (MW).

At the event, the company’s general director, Luis de Valdivia, highlighted that his investment is turning this country into the company’s main productive focus.

Accompanied by the Minister of Energy and Mines, Antonio Almonte, President Abinader highlighted the government’s commitment to support, expand and promote projects of this type. He recalled that upon his arrival to the government he found 457 megawatts of energy produced since the approval of the Renewable Incentives Law 57-07 in 2007 until 2020, and that in these three years he has managed to double it.

Title deeds

Yesterday, President Abinader delivered more than 1,000 property titles in San Pedro de Marcorís, positively impacting more than 4,000 people and guaranteeing them the right to decent housing. The total number of titles is 9,000, and another 8,000 will be delivered soon, reaching 17,000. San Pedro de Macorís would be the province where the most titles would have been delivered.

The titles are distributed in the communities of Villa Maranata, Restauración, Villa Paredes, Barrio Independencia, Villa Progreso, and Villa Velásquez, impacting more than 4,000 people. Another 8,000 titles were delivered in Consuelo, totaling 9,000.

President Abinader, adding 33 new classrooms to the public education sector, simultaneously inaugurated the Eugenio María de Hostos II Secondary School and the Esperanza Primary School. The investment for construction was RD$128,696,229.64 for the Eugenio María de Hostos 2 Secondary School and RD$38,168,235.55 for the Esperanza Basic School. These deliveries guarantee greater learning opportunities and educational quality in the country.

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