Fiscal Board Expected to Insist on More Budget Cuts
Based on Past Public Hearings, Aafaf’s Sobrino Said Board Likely to Slash Christmas Bonus,...
- Posted May 9, 2019
AES Ready for a More Renewable Future
In Conversations With Prepa to Convert Guayama Powerplant to Other Fuel Sources
- Posted April 18, 2019
Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority Under Risk of Receivership
Shows Pattern of Noncompliance; Seilhamer Defends Senate Bill 1121 to Establish Utility’s Regulatory Framework
- Posted March 7, 2019
Puerto Rico governor challenges U.S. Senate to cut red tape
Requests Equality in Federal Regulations, Programs and Funding to Transform Energy System, Foster Island’s...
- Posted February 27, 2019
National Public Finance: Prepa’s Privatization Lacks Transparency
Regulations allow Prepa to pay compensation without any guidelines
- Posted February 22, 2019
Puerto Rico fiscal board’s revitalization coordinator resigns
$8 Billion in Critical Projects Stuck in Limbo
- Posted February 13, 2019
Puerto Rico Budget Requirements Signal Austerity, Lack of Economic Growth
May Indicate FOMB Wants to Halt ‘Political Expenditures’; Must Save for Debt Payment, Social...
- Posted February 8, 2019
Prepa to Submit Integrated Resource Plan Feb. 12
Congressional Delegation Expected to Visit P.R. to Monitor Island’s Recovery, Inspect Various Energy Facilities
- Posted January 31, 2019
Uphill Battle for Puerto Rico Treasury to Monitor Online Transactions
Although U.S. Supreme Court Eliminated Physical Presence Requirement to Collect Taxes Online, Island Faces...
- Posted July 13, 2018
Can Puerto Rico take the monopoly out of the electric power game?
Prepa CEO Higgins inherits process to put generation up for sale, and transmission &...
- Posted May 31, 2018