Energy Affairs to get muscle

Johnston, Robert D.
June 1996
Caribbean Business;6/27/1996, Vol. 24 Issue 25, p24
Reports on Puerto Rico Energy Affairs Administration's acquisition of a larger budget upon the passage of two bills that propose that all energy-related projects be approved by the EAA. Implications on the power of Puerto Rico's Electric Power Authority; Comment from Director Rafael Llompart.


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