• Puerto Rico is taking a big step toward revamping how it gets power - and it could be a model for the rest of the US

    6 days ago - By Business Insider

    An estimated 1.5 million Puerto Ricans remain without power more than three months after Hurricane Maria lashed the US territory.
    Early this month, the island's energy commission unveiled a handful of proposed regulations that could revamp the island's power grid.
    Those proposals emphasize the importance of clean, renewable power from wind and solar - something experts say the rest of the US should embrace, too.
    The lights are still out in more than half of Puerto Rico.
    After Hurricane Maria struck the US territory on September 20, a crippling blackout descended over its 3.4 million...
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