Residents And Engineers In Hawaii Face An Uphill Battle To Benefit From Solar Power
Apr 29, 2015
Those who are gearing up to begin using this new and inexpensive source of power are doing so with much enthusiasm, but not everyone is excited about the changing times. Residents Joyce Villegas and Michael John Feeney discuss the benefits of solar energy on their wallets, as well as the troubles they've faced while trying to outfit their homes to begin running on the new power supply.
On the other side of the table, Hawaiian Electric Company representatives Colton Ching and Darren Pai outline the issues that their company faces while trying to deal with the lesser-known effects that solar power has on their business.
Faced with the problem of the extremely high price of electricity, Hawaiians are now looking to the future. That future includes an abundance of solar power, which would drastically cut their electricity bills.