Hurricane exposes fragility of Puerto Rico’s energy grid despite large-scale investments

From PBS NewsHour.

Days after Hurricane Fiona swept across Puerto Rico, people there are still dealing with intense heat, a water shortage and a difficult history that has left the territory short on power and crucial needs. Yarimar Bonilla, the director of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College in New York, joined William Brangham to discuss the recovery.

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