The KIUC Board of Directors voted to approve the 2016-2030 Strategic Plan on January 31, 2017.
The Board of Directors of Kauai Island Utility Cooperative voted on August 27, 2013, to approve the final version of the cooperative’s 2013-2025 Strategic Plan.
Reducing average residential energy bills at least 10 percent during the next 10 years, even as petroleum fuel prices are forecast to rise 35 percent. The amount of the reduction could be greater or less depending on the actual price of oil, and assumes KIUC completes its switch to at least 50 percent renewable power generation.
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from KIUC operations to 1990 levels by 2023. That would eliminate about 52,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually.
Holding operations budgets at or below the inflation rate—something KIUC has done since 2010—while maintaining system reliability.
The 2013-2025 Strategic Plan updates the document adopted by the board at the end of 2009. The plan is regularly reviewed by the board to ensure KIUC is responding to the rapid technological, financial and regulatory changes affecting all utilities.