3 Lessons from Hawaii about Profitably Going Solar

Renewable energy has recently become a source of tension for the Hawaiian Islands, as the Hawaiian Electric Companies (HECO) struggle to accommodate the stunning growth of distributed solar generation. Given its location and climate, Hawaii has an abundance of potential solar electricity, and like any island, it faces an inherently high cost of electricity generated from imported fuels, with effective rates ranging from 26.3 to 37.6 cents per kWh.

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