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Inside Puerto Rico’s push for eco-friendly power

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Puerto Rico has been hit by hurricanes, earthquakes and fires, battering its energy grid. Now, some people are investing in sustainable options, including micro-power grids, solar energy and self-sustaining structures. TODAY’s Al Roker is in Puerto Rico to see the technology firsthand.

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