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Enhancing Renweable Energy Development in Hawaii: A Workshop
|Title:||Enhancing Renweable Energy Development in Hawaii: A Workshop|
|Publisher:||Department of Business and Economic Development|
|Citation:||Department of Business and Economic Development. 1989. Enhancing Renewable Energy Development in Hawaii: A Workshop. Honolulu, Hawaii: Department of Business and Economic Development.|
|Abstract:||Pamphlet and attachments for the Enhancing Renewable Energy Development in Hawaii workshop. Theme: "The Road to Energy Independance." Mission Statement: The Enhancing Renewable Energy Development in Hawaii (EREDH) Workshop will be a public forum within which participants will identify impediments to renewable energy development in Hawaii and will develop a recommended plan of action to overcome these impediments. Recommendations developed in the workshop will ultimately be incorporated into a comprehensivepackageof legislative and policy initiatives designed to enhance renewable energy development and reduce petroleum dependence in Hawaii. Includes questionnaire, and the 1980 Hawaii Integrated Energy Assessment VI: Perceptions, Barriers, and Strategies Pertaining to the Development of Alternate Energy Sources in the State of Hawaii, Funded by: U. S. Department of Energy, Grant No. EP-78-G-03-2100.|
|Appears in Collections:||The Geothermal Collection|
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