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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.
Commissioners are pushing HECO to do more to keep prices in check and customers from leaving the system.
The “cool schools” initiative made it through the Legislature and is awaiting action by Gov. David Ige.
Experts discussed Hawaii’s move away from fossil fuels amid buzz about another potential buyer for Hawaiian Electric.
The utility company had canceled its contracts with SunEdison as it headed toward bankruptcy, but NRG Energy has stepped up in its place.
They want a state agency to look into the legal services Tom Gorak was providing while general counsel for the Public Utilities Commission.
The companies’ latest submission to state energy regulators eschews the use of liquefied natural gas as a bridge to renewable power.