Puerto Rico electricity generation returned to pre-2017 hurricane levels one year later

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) latest annual Power Plant Operations Report, nearly a year had passed before net electricity generation in Puerto Rico approached levels similar to those in the months before Hurricanes Irma and Maria damaged the territory’s electricity grid in September 2017. Recovery efforts to repair damage to Puerto Rico’s power plants and the electricity transmission and distribution infrastructure permitted generation to return to pre-hurricane levels.
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