Blowing in the wind: Maui Electric Co. saves money by using fossil fuels #HI

By National Wind Watch Maui Electric Co. has been restricting the use of wind power on the Valley Isle in favor of cheaper fossil fuels in a move that seems to go against Hawaii’s goal of 100 percent renewable energy by 2045, but that’s only part of the story. There are currently three wind farms operating on Maui – Kaheawa Wind Power I & II and Auwahi Wind Farm. Combined, they generated around 25 percent of the electricity used by MECO customers in 2016. Starting . . .

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