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Batteries

Hawaii is struggling to convert to renewable energy and has created an innovative residential battery storage sharing program to help make that happen.

Fossil Fuels

History was made in Hawaii recently when a state judge ruled that a lawsuit seeking damages from major oil and gas companies for their climate disinformation campaigns can...

Clean Transport

This is an interesting use of data for a state comparison. The U.S. Energy Information Administration has created a map showing what portion of...

Cars

KHON2 has a few concerns about Hawaii’s decision to outfit its State Department of Transportation (DOT) with a fleet of Teslas. The news station...

Agriculture

Transfer of Surplus Federal Land to the Hawaiian Home Lands Trust Could Provide Up To 400 New Homesteads for Native Hawaiian Families 

Batteries

I recently highlighted a couple of big solar + storage projects that were given the go-ahead in Hawaii. Then I found out that these...

Batteries

There have been several announcements about big new solar power projects this past week. Rather than try to tackle them one at a time...

Batteries

Hawaiian Electric says it is planning to add nearly 1 gigawatt-hour of battery storage and close its largest coal-fired generating station over the next...

Agriculture

Hawaii has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, and yet there are serious water quality issues to content with, primarily due...

Clean Power

Hawaiian Electric Company (HECO) just named a new CEO and was voted as 'Best Utility' in the US by Utility Dive. What policies and...

Climate Change

The Mayors of Maui County and Honolulu County have announced lawsuits against the fossil fuel companies. Maui Mayor Michael Victorino announced Maui's plans on...

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