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Hawaii

July 21, 2022

Energy use fell during 2020 in all U.S. states except Alaska


April 7, 2022

U.S. residential electricity expenditures increased by $5 per month in 2021


August 6, 2021

Per capita U.S. residential electricity use was flat in 2020, but varied by state


March 20, 2020

Most of Hawaii’s electric battery systems are paired with wind or solar power plants


September 4, 2019

North Dakota, Montana, and Wyoming consume the most residential energy per capita


August 14, 2019

State-level average annual gasoline expenditures per capita ranged from $400 to $1,400


August 24, 2018

Hurricane Lane approaches Hawaii, threatens energy infrastructure


July 17, 2018

Volcanic lava flows continue to affect geothermal power generation on Hawaii’s Big Island


February 13, 2018

Electricity prices are highest in Hawaii but expenditures are highest in South Carolina


July 26, 2017

Per capita residential electricity sales in the U.S. have fallen since 2010


December 2, 2015

EIA electricity data now include estimated small-scale solar PV capacity and generation


October 8, 2015

West Coast petroleum markets differ by supply, demand, and distribution


June 29, 2015

Hawaii and Vermont set high renewable portfolio standard targets


August 19, 2014

Hawaii and U.S. Territories aim to increase fuel diversity with LNG imports


February 20, 2014

High cost, oil-fired generation creates potential for shift in Hawaiian electric sources


April 11, 2012

State-level retail gasoline taxes vary significantly


December 9, 2011

Residual fuel consumption in the U.S. continues to decline


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