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This college wants to be the first 100% renewable campus in the U.S.
by Eillie Anziolotti
Fast Company Translate This Article
19 March 2018
On 19 March 2018 Fast Company reported:
In 2015, the state of Hawaii committed to converting 100 per cent of its energy supply to renewables by 2045. It's a steep undertaking, and one that will involve utilities coordinating resources across a network of grids that span the island. And at the same time, the Hawaii Legislature and the University of Hawaii system established a joint goal: The entire university network, which comprises 10 campuses across the islands, will be 'net zero' by 2035, meaning that the system would generate as much renewable energy as it consumes. And now by 2019, UH's Maui College will be among the first campuses in the nation to generate 100 per cent of its energy from an on-site solar installation, coupled with battery storage.
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