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How solar energy saved a Puerto Rican farm from Hurricane Maria
by Hugh Bronstein and Gabriel Stargardter
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4 October 2017
On 4 October 2017 Reuters reported:
While his competitors wait for diesel to restart generators knocked out by Hurricane Maria, flower grower Hector Santiago is already back in business because of solar panels powering his 40-acre (16.2-hectare) nursery in central Puerto Rico. Santiago's experience has left him hoping that Puerto Rico will begin relying more on solar power and other renewable energy as it looks to fix its damaged grid.
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