Many nations in Latin America and the Caribbean require significant improvements in energy infrastructure to support their rapidly growing economies. Fueled primarily by oil-based and imported fuels, these regions and economies benefit from savings brought by the application of locally applied, modern generation technology and renewable power generation.
Founded in 2014, BMR Energy brings the combined expertise of 10,000 MW of energy infrastructure projects, local insight and access to reliable capital backed by Virgin Investments, to the development, acquisition, finance, construction and operations of energy infrastructure throughout the Caribbean and Central America.
BMR Energy incorporated in New York by principals Bruce Levy, Andrew Rovito and Pip Decker.December 2013
BMR secures $62.7 Million financing for Jamaica Wind Project from OPIC, IFC and others.January 2015
BMR Jamaica wind project begins operation.July 2016
Virgin Group purchased BMR Energy in 2016. Read more about it on Richard Branson’s blog.October 2016
BMR Energy acquires Guatemala Green Solar project, bringing financial stability and an increased focus on operations. Learn more.October 2017
BMR Energy purchases damaged St. Croix Spanish Town solar plant and began efforts to restore and enhance the facility. Learn more.June 2018
The St. Croix solar facility is fully restored and operating at full capacity.November 2018
BMR Energy acquired the Bodden Town Solar Farm in the Cayman Islands and began managing the facility’s daily operations. Learn more.December 2018
Interested in learning how BMR Energy can help improve your country’s energy infrastructure? Contact us