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Court rejects bid to delay approval hearing for wood-burning power plant

  • COURTESY HONUA OLA BIOENERGY / 2019
                                The Honua Ola Bio-
energy plant on Hawaii island would produce 21.5 megawatts of electricity. The plant formerly burned sugar cane waste material 
and coal.

    COURTESY HONUA OLA BIOENERGY / 2019

    The Honua Ola Bio- energy plant on Hawaii island would produce 21.5 megawatts of electricity. The plant formerly burned sugar cane waste material and coal.

The Hawaii Supreme Court has rejected an “outlandish” effort to delay a state agency from considering approval of a long- stalled and controversial renewable-­energy project on Hawaii island. Read more

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