Natural gas is a bridge to nowhere, and Hawaii’s governor not only
rejects LNG imports, but also NextEra’s bid for its electric utility.
Can you read the writing on the wall now, NextEra and FPL?
Fossil fuels are done.
Solar power is the future here now.
Duane Shimogawa, Pacific Business News, 24 August 2015,
Gov. David Ige opposes Hawaii importing LNG, says state should focus on renewable energy, Continue reading No LNG and no NextEra for Hawaii: straight to renewable energy –Gov. Ige
FPL wants to frack Oklahoma,
its parent corp. wants to green Hawaii.
Do they even talk?
Mark Chediak and Ehren Goossens, Bloomberg, 4 December 2014,
NextEra Buys Hawaii’s Biggest Utility in Green Energy Test,
“You can think about Hawaii as a postcard from the future of
what’s going to happen in the electric industry in the United
States,” James Robo, chairman and chief executive officer of
Juno Beach, Florida-based NextEra, said by phone interview
yesterday. “As renewable generation gets cheaper, as electric
storage becomes more efficient and possible, all electric utilities
are going to have to face this.”
FPL making Florida, then?
A test case for the failed past?
Bloomberg says about NextEra’s Hawaii Electric purchase:
Including debt, the total value of the transaction is about $4.3 billion.
That’s not much more than FPL’s Sabal Trail pipeline boondoggle.
How about cancel that pipeline and the fracking and green Florida into…
the Sunshine State!