Puerto Rican electric utility says it’s canceling deal with Whitefish

by Max Greenwood
October 30, 2017

Puerto Rico’s state-run electric utility said Sunday that it has accepted the governor’s request to immediately cancel a $300 million contract with a small Montana-based energy firm amid mounting controversy over the deal, according to media reports.

Ricardo Ramos, the island’s energy authority executive director, announced the decision during a press conference, according to ABC News.

The decision followed another press conference on Sunday in which Gov. Ricardo Rosselló called for the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) to “immediately” cancel the deal.

Not long afterward, local media reported that Ramos had canceled the contract.

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?


    evidently the wrong person got the only bid on this multi-million dollar gift for some demoncrap buddy of the gov..this territory has been and still is extremely crooked when letting bids out to the general public.if the small company in montana or any other state can fit the demands of the bid, they should be given the chance to at least attempt to do the job.BUT THEY WEREN’T PART OF THE COMMUNIST /DEMOCRAP CLUB..

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