hawaii wind power
Wind energy developer has secured $210 million in to support the construction of its Paulouse Wind project in Whitman County, Washington.
Racing towards its bold target of sourcing 70 percent of its energy needs from renewable sources by 2030, Hawaii continues to order more wind power generation.
At a time when European governments—Spain, Germany, Italy and France—are slashing subsidies and the comprehensive climate change and clean energy bill remains stalled in the US Senate, Hawaii continues to embrace renewable energy. In its latest move, the Aloha State has instituted a feed-in tariff program to further boost alternative energy production.
Developers and officials have broken ground on the Kahuku Wind Project, a new 30-megawatt on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii.
The Department of Energy (DOE) is guaranteeing a $117 million loan to finance the construction of a wind energy project in Hawaii.