|January 28 - 29, 2019|
San Juan, Puerto Rico
The legacy of Hurricane Maria lingers in daily power outages and households that are still without electricity. The country’s energy utility, PREPA, has been plagued by board upheaval. It is a predicament which demands direction, and yet it remains unclear which federal or state agency is at the helm.
Now, more than ever, stakeholders are clamoring for a modernized and resilient grid that can withstand another disaster. Increasingly there is a call for decentralized and distributed solutions. PRMA, the largest association of private sector companies in Puerto Rico and the co-host of PR-GRID II, is leading that charge.
Working alongside PRMA, we convene PR-GRID II to bring clarity to the planning and funding of Puerto Rico’s grid revitalization.
PR-GRID II extended to 2 days in January 2019 [ more ]
Jose Ortiz, incoming CEO of PREPA, confirms for PR-GRID II [ more ]
Leading PR stakeholders confirm for PR-GRID II [ more ]
PRMA & New Energy Events announce match-making for PR-GRID II sponsors [ more ]
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Murphy International Development services independent power producers and developers of renewable and conventional plants including; solar, wind, Biomass, hydroelectric, geothermal, CHP, cogeneration and alternative fuels projects.
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