In late September, Tesla said it was sending hundreds of batteries that can store power generated by solar panels to Puerto Rico to provide emergency help in the wake of Hurricane Maria. They were among several tech companies proposing disaster response ideas, most aimed at getting phone and internet service up and running.
Weeks ago Tesla sent hundreds of batteries that store power made by solar panels to the islands, and they are now making more for Puerto Rico.
In case of yu just need to know, the Project Loon is a subsidiary project from Google's "X" t make the availability of internet in rural places and remote villages.
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The FCC's daily status report also shows significant wireline, TV and radio outages remain in both USA territories.
"FCC issues experimental license to Google to provide emergency cellular service in Puerto Rico through Project Loon balloons", Matthew Berry, chief of staff to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, stated on Twitter. To deliver signal to people's devices, Loon needs be integrated with a telco partner's network - the balloons can't do it alone.
Alphabet Inc has just been given permission to float 30 balloons over United States territory Puerto Rico, providing them with much needed mobile reception and internet.
As communication providers that were impacted by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria continue their recovery effort, the FCC has announced the creation of a Hurricane Recovery Task Force. Even weeks later, only 10 percent of the island has power after thousands of phone towers were destroyed in the storm. Billionaire Elon Musk, co-founder of Tesla, has approached Puerto Rico about restoring the island's shattered electrical infrastructure using solar energy technology.