A thirst for innovation in everything we do, and concern for the environment, prompted Bermúdez, Longo, Díaz-Massó LLC to invest more than $1 million in a leading-edge renewable energy system at its sprawling headquarters in Cupey sector of San Juan. Designed by the company’s own engineers, and constructed within 90 days, the system consists of photovoltaic panels controlled by a special computer array that maximizes output. The system has the capacity to generate 113 kilowatts.
That solar energy project stands as an example of what our skilled people can achieve for the benefit of our clients and the greater good of the community. Our commitment to constructing quality energy alternatives for our clients led to the installation of solar energy panels at the retail outlets of Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club on the island.
We continue to be actively engaged in exploring the most efficient and cost-effective ways of using finite resources to protect the environment and benefit our clients. The company is partnering on the development of other solar- and wind-powered projects.
Similarly, our Green Energy Division is actively involved in the planning and development of biofuel processing facilities, where plants and other natural materials are converted into fuel. The company is also participating in the gasification of refuse, or turning trash into gas for energy.
Our company has turned green from the bottom up. For example, most of our rolling-stock fleet runs primarily on propane gas instead of gasoline, and we recycle as much construction material as possible to protect the environment and serve the community.