The Maui County Office of Economic Development and the Maui Economic Development Board wrapped up another successful Maui Energy Conference on Friday, March 18, 2016.  The Conference attracted 340 participants, speakers and sponsors from Hawaii, the Mainland U.S., Japan and Canada.  Below is a list of articles published by the press.

Experts: Hawaii can lead changes in the country’s renewable energy landscape – Lahaina News

Getting to 100% renewables: How Hawaii plans to get fossil fuels off the grid – Utility Dive

Maui Energy Conference: ‘How Did We Get Here?’ – Hamakua Springs Country Farms

Who Should Have Been Present At the Maui Energy Conference? – Energy Dynamics

Maui Energy Conference focused on change – Ililani Media

NextEra absent from energy conference on Maui – Honolulu Star Advertiser

An ‘energy revolution’ – The Maui News

Maui Energy Conference Looks to a Renewable Future – Ililani Media

Where Are You, NextEra Energy? – Honolulu Civil Beat

Is Hawaii Hampering Efforts To Reach Renewable Energy Goal? – Honolulu Civil Beat

Kauai Utility CEO: Renewable Energy Goal Not Cheap Or Easy To Meet – Honolulu Civil Beat

The 2016 Maui Energy Conference – Energy Storage Publishing

Maui Energy Conference to Explore Battery Storage – Maui Now

Maui Energy Conference Will Tackle Major Issues – Ililani Media

Maui Energy Conference – Energy Excelerator

Maui Energy Conference – Pichtr

2016 Maui Energy Conference – AIA Maui

Registration Opens for Maui Energy Conference – Maui Now

Hawaii’s energy future to be discussed at 2016 Maui Energy Conference – Lahaina News