La hoja de ruta (REmap) destaca el potencial de la República Dominicana para aumentar la cuota de generación de energías renovables hasta un 44% en 2030, basándose esencialmente en energía solar fotovoltaica (FV), energía eólica y bioenergía.
Creating a sustainable future is the responsibility of all countries, and that includes allocating a greater share of the world’s energy mix to renewables. a new IRENA report, Renewable energy prospects: Dominican Republic, finds the Dominican Republic could by 2030 increase its share of modern renewable energy from 9 to 27%, and its share of renewable electricity...
A REmap country study highlights the potential to increase the share of renewable power generation in the Dominican Republic to as much as 44% by 2030.
Foreign Minister Carlos Morales Troncoso signed IRENA´s Statute on 15 May 2009
Higher renewables share would reduce CO2 emissions by 23%_x000D_ and save billions of dollars_x000D_
While SIDS contribute only to a very small percentage of global emissions, they are taking decisive steps to scale up renewable energy and fulfil their own international climate pledges.
This regional workshop helped develop the capacities in the identification of barriers and opportunities for the deployment of renewable energy projects.
Under the framework of Global Geothermal Alliance (GGA) – IRENA, the International Geothermal Association (IGA) and the World Bank co-organised a series of technical sessions with the Geological Surveys of the Caribbean Islands States, and other local stakeholders in the geothermal sector in the region.