InterEnergy Holdings, founded in 2011, is mainly engaged in owning and operating power generation assets in the Caribbean and Latin America, specifically in the Dominican Republic, Panama, Jamaica and Chile, but also includes investments in the sectors of energy distribution and fuel logistics. The portfolio of InterEnergy has an installed capacity of almost 1,000MW; being the only power supplier for the touristic area Punta Cana-Bavaro, in the Dominican Republic. In Chile, InterEnergy deals with LNG distribution and logistics to industrial customers through its subsidiary Gas Stream. In 2011, the firm started operating the first two wind farms in the Dominican Republic, named Quilvio Cabrera and Los Cocos (>86MW). In 2014, InterEnergy acquired the wind development project UEP II in Penonome, Panama, and started the construction of a 215MW farm. InterEnergy also owns part of the Pedregal Power plant in Panama and 100% of the Raki and Huajache wind farms in the Region of Biobío, in southern Chile; among others.