The Hawai‘i Green Infrastructure Au- thority (HGIA) is required to deliver quarterly reports on its progress in distributing Green Energy Market Securitization loans and advancing the state’s goals of energy independence to the Public Utilities Commission (PUC).
If House Bill 1593 becomes law, that will likely change and the authority will be free from the oversight provided by the PUC process, including the consumer advocate’s mandatory review of proposed changes in GEMS loan programs.
The reports to the PUC have provided one of the few windows into the HGIA’s activities and the GEMS loans it’s . . .
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