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A Montana energy company that had only two full-time employees when Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico has been tasked with restoring the power grid in the cash-strapped territory, according to a report Monday.
Whitefish Energy Holdings LLC snagged the daunting $300 million contract from the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority and has been filling its workforce with at least 280 short-term contractors since the storm’s Sept. 20 landfall, according to The Washington Post.
Brian Klaas (some author) is claiming Zinke's son worked for the power company at some point.
originally posted by: DanteGaland
"Drain the swamp"
It's REALLY just Trump-speak for backfill and pump full of sewage.
Whitefish Energy Holdings, LLC today announced its continued support of the Puerto Rico power restoration mission with the formal approval and ratification by the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) Board of Governors of the company's $300 million agreement with PREPA.