New Energy Projects Coming to Maui

October 23, 2011 at 11:32 pm Leave a comment

The Hawaii Renewable Energy Development Venture is giving $4.3 million to five companies, who will match the grants for new energy projects, many on Maui.

The projects include a battery storage for solar generated electricity, a wind turbine system to provide energy for agriculture pumping systems, technology allowing electic utilities to better monitor the grid, biodiesel plant development and a Gas company project.

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Entry filed under: Renewable Energy, Solar Electric, Wind.

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