Hawaii’s Push For Renewable Energy Could Stall Over Public Opposition

It’s a perennial issue for lawmakers promoting green energy in Hawaii: how to close a loophole in a law [...]

Strong Clean Energy Policy Helps States Move Forward With Distributed Energy Resources

Even in the most forward-thinking states, progress on folding DERs into the grid has been uneven at best. Distributed [...]

Hawaii’s Trailblazing Solar Market Continues to Struggle Without Net Metering

National market leader Sunrun has seen its PV permits tumble in Hawaii, echoing broader problems for the market. Is [...]

Hawaii’s On-Bill Financing Program Unlocks Energy Upgrades for the Masses

The Aloha State’s GEM$ program enables renters and low-income households to install solar and energy-saving equipment with no upfront [...]

Hawaii Commits To 100% Renewable Roads By 2045

Hawaii has announced a new commitment to sustainable living technology, declaring that the state will transform both private and [...]

The First Fossil-Fuel Free Paradise

Hawaii is the most fossil-fuel dependent state in the country. Now it’s on track to be the exact opposite. [...]

The New Normal for Rooftop Solar in Hawaii?

As the state’s solar market contracts painfully, business leaders are wondering how they’ll survive. For anyone in sales, there [...]

Hawaiian Electric Alters Blueprint for Renewable Energy Development

The Hawaiian Electric Companies on Dec. 23 outlined a detailed plan charting the near-term actions that will lead to [...]

Helping Hawaii Chart a Path to 100 Percent Renewable Electricity

The U.S., and the world as a whole, is now in a transition to a clean energy future. The [...]

Hawaii Governor Ige Signs Bill Setting 100 Percent Renewable Energy Goal In Power Sector

Gov. David Ige today signed into law four energy bills, including one that strengthens Hawaii’s commitment to clean energy [...]