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Puerto Rico's solar-powered energy oasis
by Eileen Mignoni
Yale Climate Connections Translate This Article
3 April 2018
On 3 April 2018 Yale Climate Connections reported:
Since Hurricane Maria struck in 2017, Puerto Rico has struggled to restore power. But in one building in the mountain town of Adjuntas, the lights never went out. 'Casa Pueblo had been running with solar power for almost 20 years,' said Arturo Massol Deya, president of Casa Pueblo, an environmental nonprofit and community center.
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After Maria, Casa Pueblo became an energy oasis, where people could charge phones and power medical devices. The group is urging Puerto Rico to rebuild its electrical grid using solar.
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