Solar + Energy Storage Association of Puerto Rico (SESA)
PJ Wilson is the founder and President of the Solar and Energy Storage Association of Puerto Rico (SESA), the trade association representing companies dedicated to transforming Puerto Rico’s electric sector into a new solar paradigm. He relocated to Puerto Rico after hurricane Maria, after spending 12 years developing the renewable energy and energy efficiency sectors in his home state of Missouri. He formed SESA to unite the solar and storage industries in order to unite companies in addressing bureaucratic barriers for solar development on the island, and in structuring new incentive programs and financing mechanisms to accelerate the pace of solar adoption. PJ has a Bachelors degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Southern California, and is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Honduras).