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On October 23, 2014, Commissioner Akiba represented the State of Hawaii and participated in the World Green Energy Forum 2014 as a guest speaker for a session titled “Energy Storage System-led Paradigm Shift in Electric Power Industry.“ The forum was sponsored by the Korea Energy Economics Institute “KEEI”, a national policy research institute of the ...
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Greentech Media in partnership with Caltech’s Resnick Sustainability Institute recently released a report outlining a comprehensive pathway for rebuilding California’s distribution grid. The report, titled, More Than Smart: A Framework to Make the Distribution Grid More Open, Efficient, and Resilient, outlines a clear path and framework to move from today’s centralized transmission planning infrastructure to ...
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File Date: 10/12/2007

The Hawaii Public Utilities Commission has repealed Hawaii Administrative Rule (“HAR”) § 6-74-7, relating to ownership criteria for qualifying cogeneration and small power production facilities, because the rule has become null and void due to a revision of federal law. Notice of Repeal of Hawaii Administrative Rule § 6-74-7 Related Information HAR Chapter 6-74 – ...
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