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Puerto Rico’s Utility Moves Toward Privatization, With Strained Cooperation

In the two weeks since Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló announced plans to privatize the island’s public Electric Power Authority (PREPA), the utility has submitted a new fiscal plan to the island’s financial oversight board, released a “New Vision” for the energy transformation, and participated in a public fiscal meeting on the future of the island’s energy sector.
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