State Energy Office -- Powered only by the sun’s rays, the Solar Impulse 2 airplane brought its messages of innovation and clean energy to Hawaii as it neared the halfway point of its around-the-world flight without using fossil fuel.
State Energy Office -- The Hawaii Green Infrastructure Authority announced today that it has begun accepting loan applications from consumers seeking to finance solar photovoltaic systems under the state’s Green Energy Market Securitization (GEMS) program.
State Energy Office -- The State of Hawaii’s dual announcement of a fulfilled and new Commitment to Action took center stage at the opening of the Clinton Global Initiative’s 2015 CGI America in Denver.
In its second quarter 2015 Statistical and Economic Report, DBEDT projects that Hawaii's economy will continue its stable growth in 2015 and beyond but at a slower pace than previously projected.
DBEDT's Research and Economic Analysis Division today released an economic report analyzing, "The Economic Impact of International Students in Hawaii."