As Part of Hurricane Fiona Relief, Solar Landscape Joins Let’s Share the Sun to Provide Solar to Puerto Rico Community

ASBURY PARK, NJ – September 28, 2022 – Together with nonprofit Let’s Share the Sun, Solar Landscape is joining the effort to help Puerto Rico become more resilient after events like Hurricane Fiona, which devastated the island earlier this week. The company will donate financial resources, expertise and labor to install solar panels and batteries on homes with critical energy and medical needs.

Not only does installing solar energy make Puerto Rico more resilient, it makes it more independent and green. Nearly three quarters of all electricity in Puerto Rico is generated by petroleum, which is imported to the island.

Solar Landscape chief development officer John Moran has participated in Let’s Share the Sun installation projects in Puerto Rico and has seen first-hand the difference that the program has made for residents there.

Let’s Share the Sun and Solar Landscape share a similar mission: to bring the advantages of solar energy to disadvantaged communities,” said Moran. “As we witness the recurring power outages in Puerto Rico, Solar Landscape is proud to help Let’s Share the Sun bring resilient and renewable power to households with health conditions that require them to have uninterrupted access to energy.”

Together with Let’s Share the Sun executive director Bernadette Jordan and other volunteers, Solar Landscape’s John Moran installed solar panels and batteries on homes in Puerto Rico.

“Providing solar energy to Puerto Rican residents can be a literal lifesaver,” said Bernadette Jordan, executive director at Let’s Share the Sun. “We’re excited that Solar Landscape is joining us in our project to install solar arrays and backup batteries in homes that need constant electricity to keep medicine refrigerated or medical equipment running.”

John Moran is among a number of University of Notre Dame alumni who have been involved with Let’s Share the Sun’s work in Puerto Rico. They were recently profiled in a Notre Dame Magazine article titled “The Power of Connection.”

About Let’s Share the Sun

Let’s Share the Sun is a 501c3 nonprofit whose mission is to install solar in the poorest areas of the world (namely Africa, Asia, and Latin America) which are highly exposed to sun, but lack fundamental resources to harness its power. For more:

About Solar Landscape

Based in Asbury Park, Solar Landscape is a leading full-service developer, designer, installer, owner, and operator of community solar and solar energy solutions for the commercial/industrial, municipal, public school and non-profit marketplaces. The company employs more than 100 people and has more than 200 megawatts of solar energy projects completed or under construction. For more about Solar Landscape, visit or check us out on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook or Instagram.

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