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IEEFA Webinar: Puerto Rico can provide resiliency to 100% of homes via renewables

Puerto Rico electric grid modeling studies demonstrate viability of renewables – March 24 online event

March 22, 2021 (IEEFA) — A plan that would provide reliable, low-cost, rooftop solar power to every home in Puerto Rico will be presented during a webinar sponsored by IEEFA and CAMBIO PR on March 24th.

When: Wednesday, March 24th at 11:00 am (EDT/AST)

Registration: bit.ly/3vED8KE

Comprehensive modeling studies of the island grid found that Puerto Rico could have 75 percent of its energy provided by renewable sources within 15 years—and offer lessons in resiliency to the mainland United States.

Speakers

  • Ingrid Vila Biaggi, president and co-founder of CAMBIO PR, a Puerto Rico-based nonprofit
  • Cathy Kunkel, an IEEFA energy finance analyst
  • Derek Stenclik, founding partner of Telos Energy
  • Anna Sommer, principal at Energy Futures Group
  • Ray Harold, utility consultant, EE Plus
  • Matthew Richwine, founding partner at Telos

Full report: We Want Sun and We Want More

Press release: IEEFA: Puerto Rico can provide resiliency to 100% of homes through solar expansion

Grid modeling studies:

Puerto Rico Distributed Energy Resource Integration Study – Achieving a Renewable, Reliable and Resilient Distributed Grid

Puerto Rico Distribution Modeling

Puerto Rico Distributed Energy Resource Integration Study – Load, Energy Efficiency, and System Cost

To register, go to: bit.ly/3vED8KE

For more information, please contact Vivienne Heston ([email protected]), tel: +1 (914) 439-8921

 

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