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Solar power helping with Puerto Rico's energy problems
by Michelle San Miguel
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18 September 2018
On 18 September 2018 NBC 10 News reported:
A group in Puerto Rico is working to make residents less energy dependent after Hurricane Maria destroyed the island's electrical grid one year ago. When Puerto Rico suffered an island-wide blackout after the storm, a solar-powered building in Adjuntas became a lifeline for many. People came to Casa Pueblo to charge their phones and medical equipment. The nonprofit organization, which is located in a mountainous town about two hours west of San Juan, still had electricity.
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Since the storm, Arturo Massol Deya, who is the executive director of Casa Pueblo, has been working to power homes with the sun.
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