Rebuilding Puerto Rico’s Grid With Batteries and Solar Would Be the Cheapest Option

By [email protected] Three months after Hurricane Maria, there are large swaths of Puerto Rico that still don’t have power. It took two months to get half the island’s residents power again — and hundreds of thousands of people are still without grid access as the holidays approach.

After a slow start, there are mainland crews there working day and night to restore electricity. They’ve been making progress, but the situation is still dire.

In the aftermath of the disaster, we’re finally getting a sense of what a resilient Puerto Rican grid could look like. The Puerto Rico Energy Commission recently asked for ideas

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