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Hawaii campus joins U.S. trend to go all green
by Sebastien Malo
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20 March 2018
On 20 March 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
A campus in Hawaii is joining a handful of U.S. colleges and universities aiming to use 100 percent renewable energy, it said on Tuesday (20 March), part of a growing nationwide trend of schools going green. The move by the University of Hawaii campus on Maui island is forward-looking and makes economic sense given the cost of fuel on the remote Pacific archipelago of islands and atolls, said Michael Unebasmi, a university spokesman.
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With plans to replace oil-based electricity from a utility with solar panels, Maui College joins a handful of U.S. schools such as Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts and the University of New Hampshire's main Durham campus.
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