BMR Energy’s Community Impact

Invested for the Long-Term

Our Vision: Beyond the Project

BMR Energy is committed to improving the lives of people where we work. In addition to delivering clean, affordable and reliable energy to support their growing economies, we aim to create positive change at the community level. Our community impact initiatives span economic development, infrastructure upgrades, support for schools and community engagement.

Provided funding to 13 local Caribbean organizations
11 schools received sponsorship & building upgrades
90% of the Jamaica Wind Project’s labor was by local contractors
Our company’s vision is to go beyond building energy infrastructure to enhancing the surrounding communities. From day one, we engage with local residents on project impact, and we remain within the community to collaborate on ongoing improvements that benefit daily lives now and foster future success. – Bruce Levy, CEO, BMR Energy

The Highlights

Infrastructure Upgrades

In addition to providing reliable energy, we support updates to educational facilities and local community infrastructure.

Community Engagement

We strive to be a good neighbor by regularly engaging with local community groups.

  • Supported local law enforcement by donating a police vehicle to help combat agricultural theft at Jamaican farms
  • Donated gifts and funding to farmers and local organizations
  • Hosted site tours for school groups and political figures, including Jamaica Prime Minister Andrew Holness
  • Delivered gifts and played games with children at hospitals and homeless shelters
We noticed pregnant women and children were walking along busy roads to reach a medical facility. This was an alarming safety concern, and we were determined to change this. – Pip Decker, SVP
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School Support

We aim to improve the learning atmosphere for students while expanding their awareness of renewable energy.

Economic Development

As part of our vision to support local communities, we look for opportunities to provide residents with professional development.

  • Employ local workforce for construction and maintenance support
  • Organized and supported professional development opportunities and meetings for local youth
  • Supported motivational speaker sessions for the Manning Boys Facility
  • Sponsored Jamaica’s Women in Energy Conference
We love showing students how to be local science stewards. Our Avian Monitoring program trains a cohort of students on field work and wildlife impacts. – Ava Tomlin, Regional Director Jamaica
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Interested in learning how BMR Energy can help your community? Contact us

Download the BMR Community Impact Fact Sheet