Nearly destroyed by consecutive hurricanes and abandoned for several years, Walker’s Cay, has begun construction on a redevelopment project to restore the northernmost cay to its former glory. The one-hundred-acre island resort will include extensive renovations to existing structures and phased construction of over 100,000-square-feet of new buildings that include a newly configured marina basin with mega-yacht slips, villas, restaurants, chapel, bonefish lodge, spa and fitness center, along with many other amenities. E-Finity Distributed Generation helped design and the implement microturbine systems for energy generation, continuing their expansion of sustainable energy in the Caribbean market. Two Capstone liquified natural gas (LNG) fueled C1000 Signature Series microturbine energy systems will provide an environmentally friendly and cost-effective alternative to the island’s outdated and inefficient diesel reciprocating engine power plant which currently provides power to neighboring island. This system will provide low noise, low emission and highly reliable power during construction and varying seasonal occupancies, both reducing energy costs and helping the island reach its sustainability goals.