An in-depth discussion, with audience feedback, on the major energy issues facing the state is scheduled for Thursday.
The Hawaii Energy Policy Forum’s seventh annual Hawaii Clean Energy Day and empowering public participation in a special “Power to the People” meeting will tackle what Hawaii’s utility of the future should be and more during a gathering from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in Honululu.
Kauai Island Utility Cooperative’s President and CEO David Bissell will be one of the experts on hand.
People can connect and pose questions and follow the discussion using real time polling with MeetingSift technology.
The Neighbor islands viewers are invited to join at http://go.hawaii.edu/Qh and to participate in the Q&A and audience feedback on Meetingsift.com
The Hawaii Energy Policy Forum is an organization of over 40 representatives from the electric utilities, oil and natural gas suppliers, environmental and community groups, renewable energy industry, academia, and federal and state and local government working together to seek smart energy solutions to sustain a healthy prosperous and secure Hawaii.
Gov. David Ige will discuss the status and prospect of our state’s clean energy initiative and present awards to six individuals and organizations for Transformational Achievements in Clean Energy.
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