PODCAST: Solar Offers Promise to Puerto Ricans Frustrated With Utility

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By David Schultz

Many Puerto Ricans are fed up with their government-run electric utility, with sporadic outages still occurring more than eight months after Hurricane Maria.

Bloomberg Environment reporter Rebecca Kern just returned from the island, and she found that demand there for residential solar power is through the roof. But, as she tells us in the latest episode of our podcast, Parts Per Billion, even solar panel installers are saying storm-fatigued residents are raising their hopes too high.

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