How it works

The Harvard Zofnass Program has developed a comprehensive rating system to measure infrastructure sustainability, and has a mission to research, develop and promote methods, processes and tools that define and quantify sustainability in infrastructure investments.

Winners are selected by a jury of infrastructure and sustainability experts from around the world, based on detailed project assessments provided by the Harvard Zofnass Program, housed at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.

In 2013, twelve finalist projects were selected out of over 60 applications from 18 countries in the region.

The three winning projects were announced at the IDB’s Annual Meeting in March 2014:

  • Metro Lima Line 1 (Peru)
  • Los Cocos Wind Farm (Dominican Republic)
  • Aura Solar I Photovoltaic Plant (La Paz, Mexico)

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