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  • Hawaii requires that 100% of its electricity be generated by renewable sources of energy by 2045. In 2022, about 29% of the state's total generation came from renewables.
  • Despite having the third-lowest total energy consumption, Hawaii uses almost seven times more energy than it produces.
  • In 2022, solar power provided about 17% of Hawaii's total electricity, primarily from small-scale, customer-sited solar power generation that is the 10th-highest among the states.
  • Petroleum accounts for about four-fifths of Hawaii's total energy consumption, the highest share for any state.
  • Hawaii has the highest electricity retail price of any state and it is nearly triple the U.S. average.

Last Updated: March 16, 2023

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