While the level of government response to the devastation wrought by Hurricane Maria is becoming a political issue, Tesla has sprung into action. The Silicon Valley automaker is sending Powerwall battery packs to Puerto Rico to supply emergency power, reports Bloomberg.

Hurricane Maria made landfall on September 20, and Puerto Rico is still largely without power. But Tesla told Bloomberg that some energy-storage systems were already in place, with more on the way. Tesla employees are reportedly on the ground to install the battery packs, and are working with local organizations to identify locations.

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Tesla On The Ground And Running In Puerto Rico With Powerwall Battery Packs

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