Alvaro Zanon and Chad Boylan

Dec 092013
 
The Dominican Republic is poised to become a major proving ground for the viability of solar energy in the Caribbean region. Traditionally beset by high electricity costs, maxed-out generation facilities, and a distribution system prone to major fluctuations in power quality due to poor infrastructure and disruption from natural disasters, the country is now in an excellent position to address these issues thanks to its ongoing development of solar generation capabilities. Electricity prices...