Is Puerto Rico About to Give Another Terrible Energy Contract to an American Company?
The New Republic -

On January 6 and 7, a 6.4-magnitude earthquake and aftershocks struck Puerto Rico, killing at least one person, injuring more, and causing mass blackouts across the island’s already hobbled electrical grid. Citing damage to the Costa Sur power plant, the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, or Prepa, said in late January it would need to purchase some 500 megawatts of temporary generating capacity.

Now it looks like an American natural gas company could win this contract, flooding the island...

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