Through multiple initiatives in the past few years, Hawaii has established very aggressive measures to wean the Island state off its dependence of imported oil as a primary fuel source. The Hawaii Power Summit will explore how the Islands can move meaningfully towards a power delivery system including energy storage. Power costs, incentives to install renewable energy (especially solar) generation resources and reductions in the cost of components have triggered robust growth in all sectors of renewables and sizes of projects, as well as multiple initiatives to broaden the scope of grid integration and reliability. Adding to the impetus is that — while the state’s energy stakeholders vary greatly in size, amount of resources, and purpose — most agree that the ultimate goal is an energy industry that is more affordable, efficient, reliable, and environmentally conscious.
A pre-conference workshop about energy storage will take place on 2nd December.
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