Hawaii says aloha to new smart grid

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Pacific State testing advanced energy technologies as it looks to produce 70 per cent of energy from "clean" sources by 2030

With an ambitious goal to achieve 70 per cent "clean energy" by 2030, the state of Hawaii is quickly becoming a test bed for renewable energy development and smart grid technologies. One example is...

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