Projects being delivered for the University of Hawaii will allow various campus buildings to eliminate 70% to 100% of fossil fuel use as the state races towards its 100% renewables by 2045 target.

Six of the University’s campuses are being fitted with solar-plus-storage systems. One of them, UH Maui College, is expected to go entirely, 100% fossil fuel-free when its solar-plus-storage system is completed and connected next year. Five campuses on another of Hawaii’s islands, O’ahu, will be able to reduce their fossil fuel usage by percentages of 98%, 97%, 74% and 70% . . .

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