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Hawaii Energy program update planned

HONOLULU — The state House Committee on Energy & Environmental Protection and the Senate Committee Energy, Economic Development and Tourism will hold an informational briefing to hear from the Hawaii Energy program about their progress on energy-efficiency measures in the state to achieve the Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard of 4,300 gigawatt hours by 2030 at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14, in room 325 at the State Capitol.

Hawaii Energy is the program under contract with the state Public Utilities Commission to promote and incentivize energy-efficiency measures in all counties except for Kauai.

It is funded by ratepayers through a fee on electric utility bills — the public benefits fee. Services include consumer education and technical assistance, administering rebate programs, and working with residents, businesses and state agencies to reduce energy use.
Source: The Garden Island

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