When Hurricane Maria made landfall, it left 3,000 dead, caused $100 billion in damage and knocked out power on of the island for nearly a year. It was the biggest blackout in U.S. history. Now Puerto Ricans are looking for their own way to keep the lights on without waiting for government aid. Soledad O’Brien travels to one of the hardest hit areas to talk to families about their solar power plan ahead of hurricane season.



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