More CPS Energy Workers Head to Puerto Rico

by Elizabeth Ruiz

CPS Energy has sent another team to help restore power in Puerto Rico restore five months after Hurricane Maria ravaged the island.

Richie Conner and Ricardo Renteria departed San Antonio International Friday morning.

“They’re going to be joining some utility workers from across the nation in an effort to continue to get that service restored for the people there in Puerto Rico,” said John Moreno with CPS Energy.

Two other CPS Energy employees were dispatched to Puerto Rico earlier this month and are expected to return home soon. Like the first team, Conner and Renteria will be helping with safety procedures and supplies distribution.

“It’s an honor to be called on and asked for assistance and that’s what we’re going to do. We’re going to help people,” said Moreno.



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