GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF HAWAII SIGNS LAW APPROVING $35,000,000 TO SOPOGY

Governor of the State of Hawaii Linda Lingle today signed a bill into law that authorizes the issuance of $35,000,000 in special purpose revenue bonds to assist Sopogy, Inc. in the development of renewable energy on the Island of Oahu.

GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF HAWAII SIGNS LAW ISSUING $35,000,000 TO SOPOGY INC FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF RENEWABLE ENERGY


Honolulu, HI - Governor of the State of Hawaii Linda Lingle today signed a bill into law that authorizes the issuance of $35,000,000 in special purpose revenue bonds to assist Sopogy, Inc. in the development of renewable energy on the Island of Oahu.

"Due to low energy cost and the high cost of construction, renewable energy has struggled to get traction on the island of O'ahu," Said Darren T. Kimura President and CEO of Sopogy, Inc. "These special purpose revenue bonds are a critical enabler in bringing clean solar power energy to the residents."

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