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David Begnaud
Sunday in Puerto Rico 130 days after Maria reports: *83% power generation *69% of island has electricity (1 million customer have had their power restored; about 450,000 remain without power) *96% of the island has water
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Chris Lutolf 28 Jan 18
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Janette Brenton 28 Jan 18
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PBWF2013 28 Jan 18
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These stats are not correct. They may be generating power but it is not reaching the people. My Mother, Brother, Sister & family do not have power! My Mom was told that she would not be getting power anytime soon.
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J. Naz 🇵🇷 28 Jan 18
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PREPA has no way of knowing the real amount of people with electricity. Seems like this is the most reliable way of quantifying how many people has power so far. That and sending bills, hoping people would pay it.
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El Tribune 28 Jan 18
No.
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Luis III Bonilla 28 Jan 18
Absolutely not. When the generation percentage matches the costumers with Power, then we are close.
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Julie 🇵🇷 28 Jan 18
Replying to @DavidBegnaud
My primo is there stringing powerlines. He was fired from his old job when they found out he volunteered to go to PR.
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PJ 28 Jan 18
Replying to @DavidBegnaud
More than 1/3 or a year. INACEPTABLE
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Suburban Housewife 28 Jan 18
But Air Force One needed new refrigerators!
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Danie Fairchild 28 Jan 18
But we got to take care of America first, right?! ( I wish sarcasm came through in tweets. For anyone who doesn't know Puerto Rico IS part of America.)
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