Did you know that Hawaii is on the verge of being the first state in the U.S. to set a goal of generating all of its electricity from renewable energy sources? This is exciting news for our island state.
There is a new bill that is gaining popularity that offers 100 percent of the state’s electricity that would be generated with renewables by 2045. If the bill passes, it will put the state’s climate goals far ahead any other, and extend Hawaii’s Clean Energy Initiative through mid-century. The initiative aims to reduce the state’s dependency on oil, which generates most of its electric power.
You can read more about this at a site called Climate Central.