Puerto Rico Seeks "Storm Boss" As Most Of The Island Still Without Power

Опубликовано 27 октября 2017, 15:41
Over a month after Hurricane Maria tore through Puerto Rico, at least three-quarters of its residents remain without electricity, while the power industry claims it wants to install a new "storm boss" to take charge of restoring power to the island. Federal regulators claim they have picked one of their own to fill the position, as a tangle of federal agencies, private contractors and island authorities struggle to work together. Scott Aaronson, secretary of the Electricity Subsector Coordinating Council, said, "If everybody’s in charge, nobody is in charge." He went on to say that the group is “working with all the authorities to try to [install] a storm boss, or a power restoration coordinator, to align all the various work streams.”

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