The patented design of the Energy Food Farm System utilizes specialized solar panels, engineered to withstand hurricane force winds of up to 239 mph. These panels are placed above various types of agriculture to maximize efficiency and food production. An increasing number of islands in the Caribbean are struggling to meet their food and energy needs due to longstanding effects from natural disasters such as hurricanes, as well as pandemics such as COVID. Power outages pose significant threats to the islands’ economy as well as to the personal safety of residents. In addition to hurricanes, supply chain and shipping issues are further restricting food supply and availability, particularly on islands in the Caribbean that rely heavily on imports. Food self-sustainability is becoming a primary goal for these islands. Energy Food Farms patented design allows for six times more food production while reducing water usage by 73%. In addition to meeting the food and energy needs of a community, Energy Food Farm Systems could also produce additional revenue through sales of excess energy produced to local power company if needed. This revenue may then be used towards funding farmers/social/humanitarian projects needed in the community.