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Hawaiian Electric Knew of Wildfire Threat, but Waited Years to Act

In 2015, state legislators passed a first-in-the-nation bill mandating that Hawaii’s energy supply derive entirely from renewable sources by 2045. Seeking to maintain compliance with this new push, the firm struggled to compensate with renewable energy after it retired two conventional power plants in 2019.

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