The State’s energy efficiency performance standard is 4,300 Gigawatt-hours of energy savings by 2030. For transportation, the Mayor’s target is a 100% renewable-fueled city fleet by 2035 and 100% renewable-fueled ground transportation community-wide by 2045. For renewable energy, our RPS is 30% of net sales by December 31, 2020, 40% by 2030, 70% by 2040, and 100% by 2045.
The Administration’s proposed Energy Code update (Bill 25 (2019) CD2 includes provisions mandating EV-readiness, PV-readiness, and solar hot water in new commercial and residential construction. The Administration is pursuing a building energy benchmarking and transparency ordinance.
In alignment with State of Hawaii’s Carbon Neutrality mandate, net negative GHG emissions by 2045. Also 26% to 28% reductions by 2025 in alignment with the United States’ Nationally Determined Contribution to the Paris climate agreement.
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