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Grand Sirenis Punta Cana and CEPM promote sustainable tourism with new solar photovoltaic plant



  • Composed of 1,568 photovoltaic modules and an estimated generation of 1,659MWh in the first year, the project will avoid the annual emission of 1,173 tons of CO2 per year.
  • This facility, an integral part of CEPM Zero, is part of CEPM’s commitment to transform CEPM’s energy matrix towards sustainable sources.
  • The strategic collaboration between Grand Sirenis Punta Cana Hotels & Resorts and CEPM seeks to position the eastern part of the country as a leading tourist destination in sustainability, contributing to the decarbonization of operations and the creation of a cleaner and more sustainable environment for tourists.

La Altagracia. – Grand Sirenis Punta Cana Hotels & Resorts, part of the Sirenis chain, and the Consorcio Energético Punta Cana Macao (CEPM) are enthusiastically celebrating the inauguration of a solar photovoltaic plant on the premises of this hotel complex. With an output of 1.05MWp, this initiative represents a significant milestone in the promotion of sustainable tourism and the adoption of environmentally friendly practices in this area of the country.

The project consists of 1,568 photovoltaic modules, each with a capacity of 670Wp, generating an estimated 1,659MWh in the first year. This clean energy production will be key to boosting hotel operations, avoiding the annual emission of 1,173 tons of CO2 and offering visitors a differentiating experience by immersing them in a sustainable environment during their stay.

This joint effort not only marks a significant advance in sustainable tourism, but also drives the responsible and planned energy transition that this tourist area requires,” said Oscar San Martin, general manager at CEPM. “By integrating renewable energy and advanced storage technology, we are ushering in a new era in the way we approach and use energy. We are honored to have partners like Sirenis to promote sustainability at all levels and provide an increasingly cleaner and carbon neutral tourism service.“.

For his part, Diego Diaz, Director of Operations Grand Sirenis Punta Cana Hotels & Resorts, said “.This project is not only an achievement in terms of sustainability for our chain, but also an example of technological innovation and a testament to our commitment to excellence and the adoption of advanced technologies to preserve our planet for future generations. It is not just an array of solar panels; it is a symbol of our commitment to a more sustainable future and a testament to what we can achieve when we work together towards a common goal.“.

By joining forces in this innovative project, both companies demonstrate a shared commitment to driving responsible tourism in the region, leading the way to a future where sustainability and tourism excellence are inseparably intertwined in the visitor experience.

This initiative is an integral part of CEPM Zero, an ambitious plan to transform CEPM’s energy matrix towards sustainable sources including solar, wind, pumped hydro and green hydrogen. The projected investment for this transformation amounts to US$1 billion, underscoring the company’s commitment to the decarbonization of its operations and to global guidelines in the fight against climate change.


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