Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative
Hawaii: The State of Clean Energy
Watch online episodes of this series examining some of the issues and controversies in achieving clean energy. Follow the link to watch all the episodes of the first and second seasons and the first episode of the third season.
Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative Website
The Hawaii State Energy Office is part of the State Department of Business, Economic Development, and Tourism (DBEDT). The following link will take you to their website for the Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative.
(PDF) Energy Agreement Amendment
Amendment No. 1 to the Energy Agreement among the State of Hawaii, Division of Consumer Advocacy of the Department of Commerce & Consumer Affairs, and Hawaiian Electric Companies.
(PDF) Hawaii Clean Energy Agreement
On October 20, 2008, Governor Lingle announced an Energy Agreement among the State of Hawaii, Division of Consumer Advocacy, and Hawaiian Electric Companies. The pact streamlines the goal to separate Hawaii from dependence on oil and improve energy efficiency. Click to read a copy of the 44-page agreement.
Also included below are added attachments and a summary of the agreement.
(PDF) Hawaii Clean Energy Agreement Summary
Summarizing the State of Hawaii, Division of Consumer Advocacy, and Hawaiian Electric Companies key agreements to move Hawaii off of imported fossil fuel for electricity and transportation.
(PDF) HCEI Exhibit A
Hawaiian Electric Companies’ Target Goal Timeline
(PDF) HCEI Exhibit B
Hawaiian Electric Companies’ Implementation Plan