Senate President

January 2014
Caribbean Business;1/23/2014, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p1
The article reports on the removal of the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (Prepa) by the Senate President Eduardo Bhatia for the economic development in Puerto Rico. It highlights the implementation of energy policy lead by the Puerto Rico Energy Oversight & Regulatory Board to protect the public interest. It also notes that high energy cost is the major obstacle for economic growth and investment attraction that affect the quality of life among Puerto Rican.


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