Puerto Rico is a (110mi by (40mi) island.
It is always windy, sunny and warm.
Because it is an island, water is everywhere, salt and fresh.
Puritans make trash, sewer, heat/cool their building and power their island, right?
Why not do so with ‘Alternative Energy Systems’?
Build everything possible under or close to the ground for obvious reasons.
Petroleum products fuel transportation, electricity generation, and industry in Puerto Rico, supplying three-fourths of the energy consumed in the commonwealth.
In 2016, 47% of Puerto Rico’s electricity came from petroleum,
34% from natural gas,
17% from coal,
2% from renewable energy.