After Hurricane Maria decimated Puerto Rico in 2017, the island endured the largest blackout in U.S. history, with the last home’s electricity finally restored after 11 months of darkness. Knowing more resilient and renewable power could help avoid future blackouts, the island’s legislators passed a bill titled Act 17 in 2019 establishing parameters for a resilient,…

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