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Puerto Rico seeks to be Caribbean hub in use of seaweed as energy source

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Cataño, Aug 12 (EFE).- The American company C-Combinator, located in Cataño, on the north coast of Puerto Rico, aspires to become the only company on the island and to be a Caribbean hub to transform seaweed as clean energy. (Camera: JORGE JMUÑIZ ORTIZ). SHOT LIST: C-COMBINATOR OFFICE IN CATAÑO, PUERTO RICO. SOUND BITES: JACK HARRISON, SENIOR ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS.

Added on the 13/08/2021 14:00:00 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

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