Incremental At Best

 

I can’t bear to watch the slower than slow pace of current progress. This worries me because the reality of the work that must still be done in the most damaged areas is huge. AEE refuses to acknowledge this, even though it is clear, even from the photos they Tweet every day.

No puedo soportar ver el ritmo lento del progreso actual. Esto me preocupa porque la realidad del trabajo que aún debe hacerse en las áreas más dañadas es enorme. AEE se niega a reconocer esto, a pesar de que está claro, incluso de las fotos que Twittean todos los días.DgsZwNVU8AASolg.jpg

The AEE reports 99.84% of the homes and businesses throughout the island have power. Today is 277 days since Maria made landfall and 290 days since Irma made landfall on Puerto Rico. There are still 2,365 customers without power.

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Almost, I Hope

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The AEE reports 99.82% of the homes and businesses throughout the island have power. Today is 274 days since Maria made landfall and 287 days since Irma made landfall on Puerto Rico. There are still 2,669 customers without power.

¿Qué Tan Cierto Es Verdad? – How True Is True?

AEE is currently displaying this map illustrating all of the areas that are already @ 100%.

Is this true????

AEE actualmente muestra este mapa que ilustra todas las áreas que ya están en @ 100%.

¿¿¿¿Es esto cierto????

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The AEE reports 99.67% of the homes and businesses throughout the island have power (slight drop of .03 % noted). Today is 271 days since Maria made landfall and 284 days since Irma made landfall on Puerto Rico. There are still 4,811 customers without power. This is an increase of 447 homes and businesses that are today without power. Are we going to slip further back? And why does the above map allege 100% in most municipalities on the island? I have tomorrow off so I’ll be checking into this info.

La AEE informa que el 99.67% de los hogares y negocios en toda la isla tienen electricidad (se observa una ligera caída del .03%). Hoy son 271 días desde que María tocó tierra y 284 días desde que Irma tocó tierra en Puerto Rico. Todavía hay 4.811 clientes sin electricidad. Este es un aumento de 447 hogares y negocios que hoy están sin electricidad. ¿Vamos a deslizarnos más atrás? ¿Y por qué el mapa anterior afirma que es 100% en la mayoría de los municipios de la isla? Tengo mañana libre, así que revisaré esta información.

28 Years Older

La Fortaleza (The Governer of Puerto Rico, Ricardo Rosselló) tweeted this info today:

Currently Puerto Rico has a generation system that is 28 years older than the average in the electric power industry in the United States.

And that is the newly replaced system!!!!!

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The AEE reports 99.70% of the homes and businesses throughout the island have power. Today is 270 days since Maria made landfall and 283 days since Irma made landfall on Puerto Rico. There are still 4,346 customers without power.

Another Day Same Numbers

The AEE reports 99.62% of the homes and businesses throughout the island have power. Today is 268 days since Maria made landfall and 281 days since Irma made landfall on Puerto Rico. There are still 5,593 customers without power.Df98nscUEAEEt28.jpg

9 months after Hurricane Maria, the battle for Puerto Rico’s future is underway – TODAY.com

Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico nine months ago. Power has finally been restore for much of the island, but there is still work to be done. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez, who has been reporting from the island since before the storm hit, returns there for this week’s Sunday Spotlight.
— Read on www.today.com/video/9-months-after-hurricane-maria-the-battle-for-puerto-rico-s-future-is-underway-1257715267875