Puerto Rican Community Gets Solar Microgrid, Electricity Eight Months After Maria

By Frank Andorka By Frank Andorka, Senior Correspondent

The Hill has an interesting article about how one community in Puerto Rico installed a community solar project and restored power to the town for the first time in eight months.
Setting aside the shame the rest of us should feel for leaving our fellow U.S. citizens in darkness for eight months, the story is inspirational and offers a window into how solar can help Puerto Rico improve the resiliency of its electrical system to build resiliency for future natural disasters.

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