The Hawai’i Energy Policy Forum’s Future – As the Forum transitions to a new leadership team under HNEI, HEPF graduate assistant Megan Russell, describes the vision and plans for the Forum going forward from 2022 and beyond including broader membership, more outreach, and analytics-based.
The News from Hawaiian Electric and HEPF – Shannon Tengonan of Hawaiian Electric helps us understand the companies 2030 carbon emissions reduction plan, how it will affect renewables in the company’s operating area, the bills consumers will have to pay, and sustainable energy going forward. Mark Glick of HNEI will help us understand the background and current revitalization of the Hawai’i Energy Policy Forum, its new outreach and analytics-based approach, and its plans for the future.
We’re pleased to inform you that the Hawai’i Energy Policy Forum (HEPF) has been reestablished in the fall of 2021 as a program of the Hawai’i Natural Energy Institute (HNEI). While the mission and vision remain the same, please check back for exciting updates on HEPF’s relaunch and upcoming events like the Legislative Briefing and Energy Day later in the year.