Last week, as Hurricane Iselle moved closer to Hawaii, threatening the state with its worst storm in 22 years, MSNBC’s The Ed Show weighed in on four current abnormal weather…
Sandia National Laboratories is helping deploy a portable hydrogen fuel cell unit to provide green, sustainable power to the Honolulu port.
Three of Project Frog’s smart classrooms become platforms for a study of solar-and-building integration.
A distillery on the Hawaiian island of Maui lays claim to being 100 percent powered by solar energy.
SolarCity will build a 15-megawatt solar power array for Hawaiian Electric that will trim annual oil use by 1.8 million gallons per year and save $64 million over the plant’s lifetime.
An 18-building solar deal for Maui will bring the county below-grid-cost energy, and some of the systems will even be microgrid enhanced.
Hawaii recently topped the national rankings for energy saving initiatives for the second year in a row.