Hawaii interisland cable planned

The interisland cable will be at least 30 miles in length with a rating of at least 400 megawatts that would be capable of integrating the proposed 200 megawatt wind farm on Lana’i and the 200 megawatt wind farm on Moloka’i with the electric transmission systems on O’ahu, Maui, Moloka’i and Lana’i

The more Hawaii can generate and distribute its own power means less oil and coal has to be shipped from the mainland to burn for energy. Hawaii continues to make enormous strides towards clean energy and energy self-sufficiency.

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  1. This is a great story and I am happy to see the strides that our country is making to reduce the need for coal and other dirty energy. It is outstanding that the goal is to supply 70+% of the energy needs from clean energy, like solar and wind, by 2030! I just wish our country started sooner.

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