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State energy office unveils revamped website

MEDIA RELEASE Aligning Abercrombie Administration initiatives to enhance public access to state government resources, streamline information and promote alternative energy, the Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism’s (DBEDT) Hawaii State Energy Office today launched an improved website (energy.hawaii.gov) along with new accounts for Twitter (@EnergyHawaiiGov) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/HawaiiStateEn…). “In recent years, the State Energy […]

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Lingle proposes Hawaii Clean Energy investment bonds

Lingle proposes Hawaii Clean Energy investment bonds

MEDIA RELEASE Gov. Linda Lingle announced in her State of the State Address a proposal to empower property owners across the state to help create a green jobs sector through the establishment of a new program called Hawaii Clean Energy Investment Bonds. Similar programs, which already exist in 15 states, assist residential and commercial property […]

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State 'Data Book 2008' released by DBEDT

State ‘Data Book 2008’ released by DBEDT

MEDIA RELEASE The Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism has released the 2008 edition of the State of Hawaii Data Book. The state’s Data Book is the most comprehensive statistical book about Hawaii and holds historical as well as up-to-date information from many different sources in a single compilation.  It covers a broad range […]

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Visitor expenditures fall; total visitor days grow

Visitor expenditures fall; total visitor days grow

MEDIA RELEASE Total air visitor spending for the month of April 2009, fell 12.3 percent or $108.1 million, from April 2008, to $773.4 million, according to preliminary statistics released by the Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism (DBEDT). The decrease resulted from lower average daily visitor spending ($160 per person, down from $186 per […]

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