February 2009
Global Energy Market Research: Dominican Republic;Feb2009, p3
Market Research Report
The article reports on the energy policies and the institutions that govern the energy sector in Dominican Republic. The National Energy Commission (CNE) formulates laws on policy measures, Superintendencia de Electricidad (SIE) controls regulation of prices, and the Coordination Body of the Interconnected System coordinates operators in the electricity market. Moreover, a General Electricity Law replace the law in 1993 and sets out to reinforce the legal protection to customers.


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