According to several media reports, 95 percent of the USA territory is still without power after the category 4 hurricane battered the island weeks ago.
In response to a tweet asking whether he could rebuild Puerto Rico's electrical grid with solar, Musk said, basically, yes. Tesla has already built similar systems on smaller islands like Ta'u in American Samoa, which can now run entirely on solar power.
With the Puerto Rican Government reporting that now only 9.2% of the island has access to electricity, Governor of Puerto Rico, Ricardo Rosselló, replied: "Let's talk".
"Do you want to show the world the power and scalability of your #TeslaTechnologies?". "Diverting resources to fix Model 3 bottlenecks & increase battery production for Puerto Rico & other affected areas".
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He said: " Marouane Fellaini gave us a lot and especially these goals he scores he arrives in the box in a very intelligent way and he is very good with his head".
Trump earlier suggested that Puerto Rico's debt should be wiped out because of its costs to rebuild, rattling Wall Street and the island's bondholders. So, Musk is offering to help rebuild the US territory's entire power grid. But it's an expensive one, and it's completely unclear how the nation of 3 million people would come up with the funds.
The company is also working with residents on Kauai in the Hawaiian islands to find better ways to produce and - most importantly - store solar energy so that it can reliably power homes on days when the sun may not be shining. The island's governor promptly responded: "Let's talk".
This isn't the first time Musk has proposed launching a major innovative infrastructural project on Twitter.
In November 2016, SolarCity - a Tesla subsidiary - announced it had installed a solar power and microgrid on Ta'u that could power almost all of the island's needs.
Musk and Rossello would likely not be having this conversation if people had not shared their thoughts about the situation in Puerto Rico on Twitter.