Kauai’s new photovoltaic peaker plant changes the island’s power structure.
An island in the Central Pacific, Kauai is part of the Hawaiian archipelago in the U.S. It is the oldest and fourth largest Hawaiian island, sometimes referred to as the Garden Isle because of its emerald valleys, sharp mountain peaks and jagged cliffs. The Kauai Island Utility Cooperative (KIUC) is the electric co-op responsible for the supply of electrical energy to some 33,000 customer accounts on Kauai. Read Article