Resilience and power for critical facilities
In 2017 Hurricane Maria left the entire Island without electricity and affected the majority of hospitals, health clinics, and 70 percent of its potable water treatment and distribution systems.
Partnering for Impact
The Rockefeller Foundation and partner organizations including Rocky Mountain Institute, The Community Foundation of Puerto Rico, and Resilient Power Puerto Rico have come together to accelerate a project that will develop resilient energy infrastructure for Puerto Rico. By empowering local communities and stakeholders to deploy renewable energy mini grids, we are activating a decentralized energy strategy that will help ensure the continuous operation of vital health, emergency, social, and economic services during and after major disruptions.
Puerto Rico Clean Energy Project Launches First Five Initiatives on Anniversary of Hurricane Maria
New York, NY, September 30, 2020—The Community Energy Resilience Fund, an ongoing coalition between The …SEE MORE