That didn’t take long.
On February 4, the state Public Utilities Commission (PUC) dismissed without prejudice a petition filed late last December by West Wind Works, LLC, Investricity, Ltd., and PSP III, LLC, seeking to revive their rejected 30 megawatt solar farm project on about 100 acres of state industrial land in `Ewa, O`ahu.
In 2013, as part of its review of renewable energy projects for which it would seek a waiver from the PUC’s competitive bidding process, Hawaiian Electric Company (HECO) determined that the companies did not control the site and had improperly revised the project . . .
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