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Energy Firms Investigated for Puerto Rico Contracts

Montana's Whitefish Energy is due to leave Puerto Rico on November 30, after their contract with the island's power company was terminated two weeks ago. But there is more dirty laundry being pulled out for scrutiny and it concerns money, as usual. Whitefish Energy, a very small company in Montana, hired contractors from Florida, something the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) could have done and sent them to Puerto Rico, paying them 1/7 what they were charging PREPA.
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