Site Menu

News and Media

Community Through Colors is working in collaboration with Cornell University under funding from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop a 50kW renewable energy project at La Finca de Hamberto in Vieques, Puerto Rico. The project will demonstrate the potential for hydrogen power and how the technology might complement other forms of renewable energy such as solar.

Footprint Project used Solar Energy International (SEI) curriculum to train workers from Puerto Rico communities in the design and installation of a 2.5KW PV battery system, to help with Mutual Aid Disaster Relief efforts after hurricane Maria. Read this article for an interview with Founder and Director of Footprint Project, William Heegaard and to learn more about the experience and future efforts on the island.

Ecoglitter, provider of environmentally friendly glitter, and Sail Relief Team work to support hurricane recovery and solar power independence.

The Foundation Vieques en Rescate (VER) was founded in 2013 with the mission of offering social, moral, and economic support to cancer patients that reside on the island of Vieques and recently completed a project with Blue Ion batteries to become energy independent, overcoming local challenges to provide services.

The Sombe de Vieques resort was the first resort in Puerto Rico to reopen after Hurricane Maria, powered entirely by solar energy. Learn how Sail Relief Team contributed.

Tabuchi America, the world's leading residential hybrid solar-plus-storage manufacturer, announced today that the company's Eco Intelligent Battery System (EIBS) was instrumental in the re-opening of the world famous Sun Bay Public Beach, known in Puerto Rico as the Sun Bay Balneario. Like the main island of Puerto Rico, the island of Vieques was severely impacted by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. To compound matters, Maria permanently damaged the only underwater power cable connecting the island to PREPA, the territories' only electric utility. Learn how Sail Relief Team contributed.

One of Nikola Power's strategies is to bring solar and energy storage solutions to island nations. These locations are particularly vulnerable to unreliable grid infrastructure and high-priced electricity, and require extensive resiliency measures given their susceptibility to storms and the potential of being cut off from resources. Learn how Sail Relief Team is helping.

Community Through Colors is one of only two entities in Puerto Rico to receive the University of New Hampshire Certificate in Community Solar Development.

A fish named ATABEY will once again swim in Black Rock City, Nevada. Community Through Colors is pleased to again partner with Puerto Rican artist NiNo Alicea in providing renewable solar power for this larger than life sculpture.

Sign up for the latest news and updates