In attempting to advance its case for freedom from the yoke of the Public Utilities Commission, the Hawai`i Green Infrastructure Authority throws shade on “clean energy advocates,” who, it would seem, don’t understand the real motivation of “low and moderate income consumers (who may need to replace a broken hot water heater).”
An unnamed program officer with HERO PACE, a subsidiary of Renovate America, a private firm that finances energy efficiency technology and other improvements, explained that these consumers “are more concerned about meeting their immediate need quickly, easily, and conveniently with a loan that they can . . .
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