PJ Wilson is Founder & President of the Solar + Energy Storage Association of Puerto Rico (SESA), which advocates the rapid growth of all scales of solar & storage on the island. Currently SESA’s priorities include implementation of a 100% Renewable Energy law, structuring federal support money, and protection of the industry from proposed solar taxes.
PJ has been creating and leading clean energy advocacy campaigns and organizations since 2005, and has been in Puerto Rico since 6 weeks after Hurricane Maria caused the 2nd most severe blackout in world history. Prior to Puerto Rico, PJ led clean energy policy advocacy in his home state of Missouri, resulting in the birth and growth of what are now multi-billion dollar solar, wind and energy efficiency markets. He is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Honduras, 2003-2005) with a Bachelor in Civil Engineering from the University of Southern California.