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A week after Hurricane Maria trampled Puerto Rico, leaving the island without power, food or water, and with dwindling options, a return to normalcy is nowhere in sight. Some estimates suggest that it could take four to six months for power to be completely restored. We asked a researcher at the Electric Power Research Institute, what it would take to get the lights back on in Puerto Rico and what that means for the future of electric power systems.Sep.29.2017
Puerto Rico Crisis
NYT: company delivered less than 2% of promised meals to PR03:56
More than 4 months after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico’s schools still suffering01:50
There’s good news somewhere00:33
Volunteers on a mission in Puerto Rico01:36
Puerto Rico still struggling four months after Hurricane Maria02:00
Meet the veteran still helping Puerto Rico 4 months after Hurricane Maria03:40