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Electricity Generation without Costa Sur

 The closure of the Costa Sur plant in Guayanilla has us all worried. If these generators do not work, can the Electric Power Authority (PREPA) supply our energy when schools, commerce and industries are normalized, and the summer heat begins?

The Case of Nuclear Energy in Puerto Rico

This project was carried out by research assistants Juan A. Colón Ramos and Leidy V. Martínez Ortiz in collaboration with the National Institute of Energy and Island Sustainability. Design by Christofer A. Valdez Barreto.

The collection of technical / scientific reports of the Nuclear Center of Puerto Rico and the Energy Center and Environmental Studies of the University of Puerto Rico is available online.

In 2017, the Department of Environmental Sciences with the assistance of the Health and Occupational Safety Office of the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus completed the digitization of the collection of technical and scientific reports of the former Puerto Rico Nuclear Center (PRNC) and the Center for Energy and Environmental Research (CEER).  The […]

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The INESI network currently consists of 70 resources distributed among the 11 precincts of the University of Puerto Rico.


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