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Senator Daniel K. Inouye of Hawaii, 2012 Campaign

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"Dan is working to support clean energy."

The back of the endorsement card:

Long before the latest oil crisis and environmental disaster, Senator Dan Inouye supported solar, wind, OTEC, geothermal and other green technologies. 

And he’s done it in the most important way possible, by securing funding for projects in Hawai‘i. His efforts have helped provide the islands with $175 million in federal appropriations in the last five years alone. 

These include the UH Natural Energy Institute, the Hawai‘i Energy and Environmental Technology Initiative, the Hawai‘i Renewable Energy Development Venture, and biomass and biofuel initiatives.

Efforts are also underway to support fuel cell, transportation fuels, electric and hydrogen vehicle demonstrations.

And, federal funds are also being invested in Hawai‘i’s small technology companies, in cutting edge developments like smart grid and metering, micro-concentrating solar power, bio-algae, and battery storage. Another $150 million in economic stimulus is supporting energy efficiency and clean energy projects.

Based on this original

Endorsement from Maurice Kaya, Renewable Energy Coordinator
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"Senator Inouye is helping us achieve the goal of energy self-efficiency for the Islands." Maurice Kaya, Renewable Energy Coordinator *2012 campaign, Daniel K. Inouye for U.S. Senate. More »


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