Below please find a list of organizations focusing on the Environment and Energy in the Dominican Republic.

Entity Name About Us
Asociación Club Nuevo Ambiente, Inc.

Asoclubnuam, founded on August 9, 1987, as a simple sports club, has been adapting itself to the needs of the sector. It has acquired legal status and defined its scope of action and line of work, n . . .ow not being just for sports, but also for education, health, culture, environment and sports. Currently, it works in all of these areas, but with an emphasis on adolescents, sexual and reproductive health, and teen pregnancy, utilizing youth networks with pair and theater strategies in order to expose the adolescents and youth to the problems of violence based on gender, gender inequality, and the prevention of teen pregnancy.

ASOCIACIÓN DE JÓVENES EMPRESARIOS, INC.

La Asociación de Jóvenes Empresarios (ANJE) was created in 1978, and has as its mission to serve as a conduit for the ideas of its members for visionary and concrete solutions to the problems that . . .affect the economic, social and institutional development of the country.

ASOCIACIÓN PARA EL DESARROLLO DE LA MICROEMPRESA

ADEMI is a private non-profit institution, that is neither political nor religious, which was created by Presidential Decree No. 745 of February 11, 1983, by virtue of Law 520 of July 26, 1920, relat . . .ing to organizations with a social interest.
It was founded by Mr. Camilo Lluberes H., together with the national private sector, as a response to the need to address the prevailing problems of unemployment and underemployment in the country.
It started its operations in 1983 in the marginalized neighborhoods of the city of Santo Domingo, with the principal objective to create and strengthen employment through financial and managerial assistance to micro and small enterprises that operate in this urban area. Afterwards, on the initiative of groups and provincial organizations from different regions of the country, it began to extend its program throughout the entire national territory.
In 1988, the Monetary Board approved a license to carry out banking operations as Banco de Desarrollo at the same time that it opened its doors as Banco Ademi. At this moment, ADEMI because the social arm of Banco Ademi.

Banco Múltiple de las Américas

Bancamérica started its operations as a multiple bank in the Dominican Republic in May of 2010. Since then, Bancamérica has been consolidating itself in the Dominican financial market as a bank or . . .iented towards providing tailored financial solutions to its clients. Through its personalized services, it offers innovative financial products which solve the needs of its Personal, PYME and Corporate Bank clients, through its offices at the national level and its internet banking platform.
In January of 2015, Bancamérica began its Bancamérica Goes Green Program. This program is focused on protecting the environment by minimizing the negative effects its operations may generate, and creating awareness in its employees and clients about the importance of protecting the environment. This program began due to the interest of Bancamérica in being an entity that operates in a sustainable manner, taking into account the impact that it has on society and the environment. Bancamérica constantly is looking to enrich the communities surrounding it, adding value to society and being a reference for green community projects.

Cámara Americana de Comercio de la República Dominicana

The American Chamber of Commerce of the Dominican Republic) (AMCHAMDR) (La Cámara Americana de Comercio de la República Dominicana) is a non-profit organization comprised of 2,100 companies . . ., both Dominican and American, that seeks to empower its members to maximize the development of their potential based on three pillars – economic, professional and social – through the facilitation of access to information, opportunities, a best practices culture, respect for the rule of law and corporate social responsibility.
AMCHAMDR is the only institution of its kind with a true presence at the national level through 9 offices throughout the country: Santiago, Moca, San Francisco, La Vega, Puerto Plata, San Pedro, La Romana, Higüey y Baní.
The activities organized by AMCHAMDR are specifically designed to keep its members informed of the most important business world trends, both nationally and internationally. Through its offering of services it strives to, in addition, offer them concrete solutions and opportunities for business and professional growth that succeed in having a positive impact on the economic development of their companies and, as a consequence, of the country.

Centro para el Desarrollo Agropecuario y Forestal

Founded in 1987, the Centro para el Desarrollo Agropecuario y Forestal (CEDAF), formerly known as the Fundación para el Desarrollo Agropecuario (FDA), is a private nonprofit organization that promot . . .es Dominican sustainable development in the agricultural and forestry sector, through training, information, institutional innovation, policy analysis and sector strategies. The Center strives for institutional excellence and high credibility in order to stimulate a competitive agricultural industry that aims to reduce poverty and protect the environment.

Compañía de Electricidad San Pedro de Macorís, S.A.

The Compañía de Electricidad de San Pedro de Macorís (CESPM) arose out of the bid emitted by the Compañía Dominicana de Electricidad (CDE) in 1997. In December of 2006, CESPM was acquired in it . . .s entirety by a consortium led by the Basic Energy Group, which began to manage the approximately 60 employees which comprised the company, as well as each of the three 100 MW combined cycle units of Siemens, for a total of 300 MW, which turned it into one of the mayor energy centers of the country. CESPM is the owner of a power purchase agreement for 20 years, which constitutes the first and only sovereign contract ratified by the Dominican National Congress.
In CESPM, Corporate Social Responsibility is a pillar of the corporate culture, and impacts everything done on the inside and outside of the company. Its Corporate Social Responsibility policy is reflected in its organizational values, its corporate ethics with which it carries out its business. and the strict compliance with the law which governs its operations.

Consorcio Energético Punta Cana–Macao, S. A

The Consorcio Energético Punta Cana–Macao, S. A. (CEPM) is an electric energy generation, distribution and commercialization company which currently has 198.95 MW of installed capacity with which . . .it supplies energy through its 12.8 kms. of high, medium and low tension networks to more than 60% of the national hotel offerings divided in approximately 40,000 hotel rooms and more than 21,000 residential, commercial and industrial clients, acting as a fundamental proponent of tourism development in the region.
In the region in which it operates, CEPM implements Corporate Social Responsibility programs in the areas of Environmental Education and Orientation, Community Development and Company-Community relations.

Eco y 1/2 Ambiente

Eco y 1/2 Ambiente was an initiative started by a group of nature photographers. Seeing evidence of environmental wrongdoing throughout the country, they sought a channel or forum for reporting this . . . information. Thus they created the Eco y 1/2 Ambiente Facebook page which gives everyone the opportunity publically to post photographic evidence of environmental damage anywhere in the Dominican Republic.

Fundación Budista TZU CHI

La Fundación Budista Tzu Chi (TZUCHI), established by Dharma Master Cheng Yen in 1966 in Taiwan with the help of thirty housewives each saving fifty cents whenever she could, today works with chari . . .table, educational, health, cultural and environmental missions. Wishing that every day the world would suffer fewer disasters and that society would be full of peace and harmony.