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Tesla, others help Puerto Ricans go solar amid power turmoil
by Danica Coto
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26 July 2018
On 26 July 2018 The Associated Press reported:
Ten months after Hurricane Maria, a handful of homes and businesses in the town of Adjuntas high in the central mountains of Puerto Rico are glowing in the night thanks to solar energy. They're part of a small but growing movement to provide the U.S. territory with sustainable, renewable energy independent of the decrepit power grid.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
A scattering of hardware stores, barbershops, and corner stores across the island are embracing solar energy, trying to wean themselves off a state-owned power company that remains heavily dependent on imported petroleum. The numbers remain small ... but power industry officials and environmentalists are closely watching this as a test of whether Puerto Rico can make a large-scale switch to renewable, off-grid energy.
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