Biden dedicates $95 million to bolster Maui’s power grid against future disasters

Presidente Biden announced Wednesday that $95 million was being sent to Hawaii to help harden the electrical grid by installing stronger, better poles and burying some power lines to ensure homes, hospitals and water stations have reliable electricity during extreme weather events and disasters.

Biden was delivering remarks about the Hurricane Idalia response in the southeastern portion of the U.S., as well as an update on Maui, which was catastrophically devastated by wildfires earlier this month, which claimed the lives of at least 115 people.

“Today, I’m announcing that $95 million from the bipartisan infrastructure law is on the way

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