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Puerto Rico's biggest power plant could be offline for a year, executive warns

Reuters Thursday, 9 January 2020
Puerto Rico's top energy executive on Thursday warned that the U.S territory's largest power plant could remain off line for up to a year because of earthquake damage, evoking memories of lengthy power outages that followed a pair of hurricanes in 2017.
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News video: Puerto Rico airport power suffer power outage due to earthquake

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Travellers at Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport were subject to eerie flickering lights as power outages relinquished electricity from large parts of Puerto Rico today (January 7).

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