A Puerto Rico Community Pushes for Rooftop Solar as Fossil-Fuel Plants Face Retirement

GUAYAMA, PUERTO RICO — The coastal communities of Guayama and Salinas in southern Puerto Rico feature acres of vibrant green farmland, and a rich, biodiverse estuary, the protected Jobos Bay, which stretches between the neighboring townships. But this would-be tropical paradise is also the home of both a 52-year-old oil-fired power plant and a 22-year-old […]

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