Elevating energy innovation: CEPM sets benchmark during President of Guyana’s visit
Bávaro, La Altagracia – The Consorcio Energético Punta Cana-Macao (CEPM) welcomed a distinguished guest, President Mohamed Irfaan Ali of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, to its Bavaro facilities as a key highlight of his official visit to the Dominican Republic.
During the visit, CEPM proudly showcased its array of pioneering energy solutions and state-of-the-art technology that have effectively delivered access to reliable and sustainable energy across the Eastern region of the nation.
Accompanied by esteemed leaders including Executive Director Roberto Herrera and General Manager Oscar San Martín, the presidential delegation engaged in a comprehensive tour of CEPM’s Bavaro plant. This strategic engagement formed an integral component of their official itinerary, aimed at embracing the remarkable practices of CEPM, a trailblazer in the regional energy sector.
A focal point of this momentous visit was CEPM’s cutting-edge Intelligent Monitoring Center, a hub of real-time service oversight ensuring unwavering operational quality and efficiency around the clock. Distinguished by its utilization of pioneering technology, this platform stands unrivaled within the nation and stands as a testament to the prowess of Dominican talent that has garnered admiration across multiple Latin American countries.
President Ali displayed keen interest in the Dominican Republic’s strides in electric mobility, underscoring the advancements driven by InterEnergy Group through its Evergo brand. This dynamic initiative has solidified CEPM’s standing as a preeminent leader, having established an expansive and sophisticated network of electric vehicle charging stations, setting a remarkable precedent within both the nation and the broader region.
A central theme of the visit centered on CEPM’s ambitious generation projects, including a steadfast commitment to renewable energies. Discussions also delved into the profound socioeconomic and environmental impact of CEPM’s electricity provision within its concession area, coupled with the resolute promotion of electric mobility within this vital tourist zone.
At the forefront of these discussions was CEPM’s laudable Zero program, which aspires to achieve full decarbonization of operations before the year 2030. Drawing upon solar, wind, pump-hydro, and green hydrogen energy sources, this transformational endeavor is poised to render CEPM among the globe’s pioneer zero-emission and entirely renewable electric companies, thereby elevating the Dominican Republic to an international exemplar of sustainability within the tourism sector.