To date, Hawaii has made great inroads in increasing the amount of locally produced renewable energy. With a goal to generate 40% clean energy by 2030, the state will continue to:
- Align government regulations and policies with clean energy goals;
- Facilitate processes for developing renewable energy;
- Deploy renewable generation and grid infrastructure;
- Explore next generation technologies and new applications of existing technologies.
Two major policy milestones include decoupling and feed in tariffs, which have paved the way for Hawaii’s utilities and power providers to more efficiently shift renewable energy onto the grid. Initiatives like these are critical. Hawaii must fully integrate its renewable resources to reach its 40% clean energy goal.
Learn about current and in-development renewable energy projects in Hawaii at Hawaii Renewable Energy Project Directory.
County of Maui RFP 12-13/P103
Request for Competitive Sealed Proposals to Furnish, Deliver, Install, Operate, Maintain and Own Solar Photovoltaic Systems Selling Renewable Energy Services to the County Under a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA)
Deadline for the mandatory one page Prequalification Form is June 21, 2013
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