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Here's what setting 100 percent renewable electricity goals actually looks like

The Aloha State created its 100 percent renewable electricity mandate by 2045 about three years ago. Recently, Hawaii also became the first U.S. state to commit to 100 percent renewable fuel sources for public and private ground transportation, with a target of 2045.

The counties of Maui, Kauai, and the city and county of Honolulu have all pledged to transition all fleet vehicles to 100 percent renewable power by 2035 to support these goals. Josh Stanbro, chief resilience officer of the city and county of Honolulu, sat down with Hawaiian Gov. David Ige to discuss how they are tackling the actions necessary to achieve these historic clean energy and clean transportation commitments — including addressing the challenges and opportunities ahead.

Watch the video here.

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