“For five beautiful hours on Tuesday, December 10, the Hawaiian island of Kauai achieved total electrical generation from renewable sources. This marks a total of 32 cumulative hours over 11 days since November 22 that the island has run on 100% clean energy.

The generation came entirely from the Kauai Island Utility Cooperative’s (KIUC) renewable portfolio, which is comprised of a combination of distributed and utility-scale solar, a biomass plant and a number of relatively small hydro generation facilities. The grid supports an estimated 100,000 people, including visitors, roughly the same size as a large college football stadium…”

Read More: https://pv-magazine-usa.com/2019/12/19/in-the-last-month-kauaii-has-been-100-renewably-powered-for-32-hours/