Ige signs bills aimed at fighting climate change, encouraging renewable energy

Turbines at Pakini Nui Wind Farm are seen last April from South Point Road. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently published a notice of intent to prepare a draft Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement addressing the potential effects of operations and maintenance activities on the endangered Hawaiian hoary bat, Hawaiian goose and Hawaiian petrel at four wind farms in the state, including Pakini Nui. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)




Gov. David Ige on Tuesday signed four bills into law relating to renewable energy, climate change mitigation and clean transportation.