Hawaii’s infrastructure gets D+ in yearly report from engineers society
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“We have to even be a half-step ahead of what the rest of the country does. There’s a ton of work to do.”
Lieutenant governor, on the threat climate change poses for Hawaii’s infrastructure
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Solar photovoltaic panels to maximize sunlight conversion into energy (seen in this rooftop photo).
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The site of the Honolulu Board of Water Supply on Beretania Street.
Photovoltaic panels are seen on the rooftop of portable building P20 during a tour of Campbell High School’s new cooling upgrades to classrooms and facilities on Friday, June 16, 2017 in Ewa Beach.
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