Mina Morita, Marco Mangelsdorf and Jay Fidell discuss:
1) London Economics and their traveling roadshow this week looking at utility ownershiip models (they received ~ $1 million from DBEDT to do a study)
2) Continued bad news in roof top solar PV–Maui County PV permits down 62 percent Q3 2017 compared to same quarter last year and down 84 percent from Q3 2015. Should anyone care?
3) Competitive bidding process for RE in the state–a state of dysfunction?
4) PV + storage being proposed on Molokai
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