At worst, if the companies behind a proposed renewable energy park in `Ewa, O`ahu, can’t pull it off, the state Department of Land and Natural Resources loses half a million dollars in delinquent and potential development fees.
Given the ongoing dispute between those companies — PSP, III, LLC, Investricity, Ltd., and West Wind Works, LLC — and Hawaiian Electric Company over whether the project is eligible for a waiver from the utility’s competitive bidding process, it’s unlikely the DLNR will see that money any time soon, if ever.
On December 22, the companies filed a petition for a . . .
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