- Bill Clinton lobbies for Hawaii studio tax credit bill - Motion picture industry giants Relativity Media LLC and Shangri-La Industries recruited Bill Clinton to push for tax credits to build studios on Maui and Oahu.
- Kamehameha Schools planning wind farm in Haleiwa | KHON2 Hawaii's News Leader - Twelve Clipper Liberty turbines will generate 30 megawatts of electricity, enough to power almost 8,000 Oahu homes, cutting Hawaii's oil consumption by nearly 140,000 barrels a year.
- Aegis BMD Facility To Be Set Up In Hawaii | AVIATION WEEK - A new testing site is being planned in Hawaii to mirror other Ballistic Missile Defense testing facilities at the Pacific Missile Range Facility on Kauai.
- JPL airborne sensor to study 'Rivers in the Sky' - NASA's Global Hawk soars aloft from Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., on a functional check flight of the WISPAR aircraft payload system and science instruments.
- HECO's new biofuels RFP faces obstacles - Hawaiian Electric has issued a new RFP for supplies of biodiesel for use in its 110-megawatt Campbell Estate Industrial Park Generating Station.
- School to put it all online - Hawaii News - Staradvertiser.com - Next school year, Kapolei Middle School will be the first traditional public school campus in the state to offer all of its classes for seventh- and eighth-graders online.
- Tropical Atlantic sees weaker trade winds and more rainfall: study - Earth's global temperature has been rising gradually over the last decades, but the warming has not been the same everywhere.
- Hawaii, Alaska sign remote health care partnership: AP Alaska | adn.com - Hawaii and Alaska health care providers have signed an agreement to cooperate in the development and expansion of programs delivering health care using telecommunications technology.
Each week I pore through Google alerts to find Hawaii's science and tech news. These are my finds for February 19th: