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Critical Puerto Rico infrastructure contractor lacks history of results

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Whitefish Energy Holdings, the Montana-based company charged with the critical task of rebuilding Puerto Rico’s decimated power transmission lines, has little history demonstrating its ability to complete the Herculean task for which it was hired. Nevertheless, the company has made significant promises of performance in its brief, two-year lifespan.

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Exclusive: Major Puerto Rico power restoration project awarded to small, untested vendor 

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Nearly two weeks after Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, learned the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) — per the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ (USACE) guidance — has selected a tiny, two-man company with fewer than two years of experience and merely $1 million in annual revenue to repair its massive and critical 230KV electricity transmission line.

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