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Puerto Rico Is Changing How Energy Will Run Its Island After Hurricane Devastation.

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Puerto Rico is still struggling after Hurricane Maria struck the island on September 20th. More than half of the US territory is still without lights, cutting communication, spoiling food and cutting access to necessary medications. According to a recent New York Times analysis the death toll has now risen to be at least 1,000.

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