What does THE stand for?
THE stands for To Hawaii Energy
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Renewable energy and environmental technology research and development at the University of Hawaii -- working with public-private partnerships to enable integration of emerging technologies.
Aloha! The State of Hawaii has a bold energy agenda – to achieve 100 percent clean energy by the year 2045. Along with reducing our islands’ dependency on fossil fuels and increasing efficiency measures, the clean energy plan is also contributing to the state’s economic growth.
State Energy Office Taps GreenBiz Group to Bring Cutting-Edge VERGE Series to Hawaii State Energy Office -- The Hawaii State Energy Office has selected California-based GreenBiz Group to bring its annual VERGE event series to Hawaii.
The Hawaii Energy Policy Forum is a unique experiment in collaborative energy planning and policy making. It includes representatives from business, government, and the community. The intent is to incorporate many different perspectives and the broadest possible experience into the design of a flexible, forward-looking energy strategy. Envisioning a preferred energy future for Hawaii.
Hawaii’s innovative green economic development park plays a significant role in Hawaii’s growth in ocean energy technologies and sustainable development. HOST Park’s applied energy zone houses enterprises that test renewable energy technologies on the cusp of commercialization. Activities at the park fulfill statewide priorities and complement the visitor industry in West Hawaii.
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