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InterEnergy holds a diverse investment portfolio consisting of two vertically integrated utility, 12 power generation companies, one technology and one electric mobility businesses spread across nine countries.


CEPM is a standalone electric utility, generating, transmitting, and distributing electricity in the eastern part of the Dominican Republic.


Evergo is the most advanced and sophisticated platform for electric vehicle charging stations in the Latin-American Region.


300 MW Gas powered generation plan located near Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic.


The Matafongo onshore wind farm, located in the southwest of the Dominican Republic, has an installed capacity of 34MW expandable to 50MW.

Grupo Energético Gas Panamá

The Generadora Gatun plant of Group Energy Gas Panama, owned by InterEnergy Group (51%) and AES Panama (49%), is an electricity generation project located on Isla Telfers, province of ColĂłn.

InterEnergy Solar Chile

In 2017, InterEnergy agreed to acquire a portfolio of 12 solar PV projects with an installed nominal capacity of 45MW from one of Latin America’s largest renewable energy plant developers.

InterEnergy Systems

InterEnergy Systems provides energy-efficient thermal platforms that supply chilled water, hot sanitary water, steam and thermal oil, as well as operating and providing maintenance to the systems.

InterEnergy Uruguay

In 2021, Interenergy agreed to acquire a portfolio of three trusts, each owning 10 MW of wind power projects in Uruguay.

InterEnergy Jamaica

Jamaica Energy Partners (JEP) is the largest Independent Power Provider (IPP) in Jamaica. JEP commenced operations through the ownership of the Doctor Bird Power Station (DBPS) in 1995.

Laudato SĂ­

InterEnergy’s Panama City-based subsidiary, UEP Penonomé II, S.A., built and operates the 215MW Laudato Sí wind farm in Penonomé, Coclé province.

Quilvio Cabrera

Wind farm located in the southwest side of the Dominican Republic in the provinces of Pedernales, in Juancho.

Raki / Huajache

Raki is comprised of two co-located wind farms in the BĂ­o BĂ­o region near ConcepciĂłn, Chile. They have a combined total installed capacity of 15MW (9MW and 6MW, respectively).


The 40MW Tecnisol solar project consists of four separate 10MW single axis tracker PV power plants.

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