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According to the Hawai'i Clean Energy Initiative, Hawai'i is the most fossil fuel dependent state in the nation, which makes us more vulnerable to fluctuations in oil prices and availability. In light of this, the state has set a goal of achieving 70% clean energy by 2030 with 30% from efficiency measures and 40% coming from locally generated renewable sources.

In support of the state's goal, the University of Hawai'i Community Colleges (UHCC) has implemented renewable energy projects across all seven campuses, including the establishment of photovoltaic systems, solar water heating systems, and LEED certification features in future renovation and new building construction plans. For a list of renewable energy projects, click here.

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Hawai'i Clean Energy Initiative
UHCC Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Projects