hawaii of tomorrow

A Hub for Hydrogen Innovation

In 2050, hydrogen power and clean energy are a staple of everyday life in the Islands. Imagine if geothermal energy pumps, airborne wind turbines and solar-powered facilities could power the life in our streams, the lights in our homes and the transportation of goods across the ocean.

Revitalizing Communities with Streams and Sunlight

At the center of this Hawaiʻi of Tomorrow piece, a continuous stream feeds life everywhere it flows. Local artist Kate Wadsworth illustration pays homage to the restoration of Indigenous systems that have existed for generations in Hawaiʻi.

Food Powered by ‘Āina

Native Hawaiian self-reliance provides a template for imagining a future of innovative stewardship of our natural resources in part two of Hawaiʻi of Tomorrow, a six-part series presented by Hawaiian Electric.

The Tranquility of Transportation

Local artist Kimberlie Clinthorne-Wong, envisions a Hawai’i of 2050 where electric transportation means shorter commute times, more gardens and green spaces, and the sounds of bird-song and laughter instead of the roar of today’s traffic.