Energy Workshop Scheduled in Pāhoa

May 20, 2022, 12:00 PM HST
* Updated May 20, 11:30 AM
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To help the state reach its energy goals, The Hawai‘i State Energy Office, HSEO, is hosting a series of statewide community workshops in May to share information and gather input to empower community voices. HSEO will be on Hawai‘i island on Tuesday, May 24 from 6-8 p.m. at Pāhoa Community Center.

You don’t have to be an energy expert to attend. If you’re interested in participating in the transformation that is underway, Energize Kākou is an opportunity for community to provide input to guide policymakers and project developers in their decision-making process.

“The Hawai‘i State Energy Office is committed to ensuring community voices are communicated to policymakers and project developers to help guide decision-making,” said Kirsten Baumgart Turner HSEO Deputy Chief Energy Officer. “Hawai‘i is making tremendous progress in reaching the state’s clean energy goals, and it is important for all residents to participate in the transformation that is underway.”

HSEO has been connecting with community and industry stakeholders to gather input and involve communities in strategic partnerships, stakeholder engagements and collaborations to more effectively, efficiently, and equitably advance Hawai‘i’s 100 percent clean energy goal.

These two-hour workshops will allow for learning and sharing to help shape a vision for the state’s clean energy future. Food will be provided. To RSVP, or to get more information, visit here.

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