Fellows mentioned in this story: Brian Kealoha, Cohort III
From Honolulu Star-Advertiser:
The arrival of Memorial Day in Hawai‘i signaled the unofficial start of summer, and with it a higher demand for electricity as fans and air conditioners rev up to deal with the heat.
Hawaiian Electric said energy use for homes without rooftop solar systems during the warmer months from June to October is generally about 10% higher than other times of the year, based on an analysis of data from residential customers from 2017 to 2020.
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