Dominican Republic – Energy Matrix & Regulatory Framework With a gross domestic product (measured at PPP) of USD 90 billion and a population of 10.3 million people, the Dominican Republic is the largest economy in the Caribbean and has the largest population after Cuba. Its energy matrix is dominated by the import of fossil fuels as primary sources (crude oil, natural gas … [Read more...] about Dominican Republic’s Energy Market
Carlos G. Sucre is a consultant in the Energy Division of the Infrastructure & Environment Sector at the Inter-American Development Bank and an adjunct professor at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. At the IDB, Mr. Sucre has primarily worked on providing the Bank and its clients with a data-driven perspective on Latin America’s energy sector. Mr. Sucre holds a master’s degree in international affairs with an emphasis on international economics from the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree in economics and political science from the University of Chicago.