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For the past couple of years, information about I Aloha Molokai could be found here on our blog. In an effort to expand our information services, we have created a website to compliment our blog. The new website is: ialohamolokai.org
On our website you will be able to contact us, find out about our current programs, follow our activities, donate to us directly and acquire t-shirts when they are available.
On our blog you will be able to continue to comment on our posts, join IAM and view our history.
It is our hope that you will check both our website and blog regularly.
Molokai Big Wind Deal Falls Apart
By Sophie Cocke 02/07/2013
Sophie Cocke/ Civil Beat
The owners of Molokai Ranch have backed out of plans to lease thousands of acres of land to a large-scale wind farm developer.
The decision likely spells the end for the Molokai portion of the Big Wind project, an ambitious plan to build about 70 wind turbines on both Molokai and Lanai and bring the electricity to Oahu via undersea cables.
Clay Rumbaoa, CEO of Molokai Properties Ltd., commonly known as Molokai Ranch, said in a statement to Civil Beat that the company has broken off negotiations with Molokai Renewables, the wind farm developer, and is focusing on its ranching operations instead…. read the full story
Films of IAM’s 2nd Annual Energy Festival are now available for viewing on the I Aloha Molokai Channel on YouTube. There are seven in all:
Mahalo to all who participated and attended!
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Mahalo to all who participated in and attended our 2nd Annual Energy Festival.
A film of the Festival will be posted soon!
We welcome your feedback our Festival. What did you like best? What would you like to see next year? Your comments are most welcome.