The Town’s new high school (LEED certified) is being constructed to accept a 207kW PV array on the roof as well as employ energy management systems that are already programmed to serve identified critical areas in the event of a power outage. This facility is identified as a community shelter and the new capacity can serve the community in a central location. The systems are already in place to harden the high school into becoming a blackstart capable, islandable renewable energy generating shelter to meet the community’s emergency needs so this is an excellent candidate for resiliency under the Initiative. Greenfield would also like to look at the possibility of adding resiliency to its wastewater treatment plant.