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A facility that plans to burn 30 truckloads of eucalyptus logs daily requires massive amounts of water for cooling.
In a “conservation conundrum,” projects to produce more clean energy are a threat to Hawaii’s only native land mammal.
Among the biggest splits between the two Democratic contenders is whether natural gas should be part of the state’s energy future.
Offsetting carbon emissions by doing things like planting trees is the vision, but it’s far from ready to be implemented.
The foundation’s vision of moving Hawaii to 100 percent renewable energy is now central to the state’s energy plan — and has some traction on the mainland.
The state’s largest power utility is preparing for a surge in ownership of EVs during the next 30 years.
Hawaiian Electric Co. needs to upgrade its distribution system to accommodate mushrooming rooftop solar.
A new Community-Based Renewable Energy program is designed to open the door for people previously shut out of the solar market
As solar systems and battery storage gain popularity, some say Hawaii’s law needs to catch up with the technology.
A startup is using former sugar cane land on the North Shore to “grow oil” — pongamia trees whose seeds can be turned into biofuel.