The price of air conditioning in Hawaii has been rising.
It has increased by up to 300% since 2008, as well as by 30% since 2015, according to the Hawaiian Electric Company.
The price increase is partly due to an increase in the number of people in the island’s capital city, Honolulu, according a report by the Hawaiian Association of Power Producers (HAPP).
The increase has been especially noticeable in Hawaii’s capital, which is home to the state’s two largest cities, Honolulu and Honolulu International Airport.
In addition, the number one cause of heat-related deaths in Hawaii is climate change, with about 8,000 people dying each year from heat- related illnesses.
The number of fatalities due to air conditioning is expected to increase by another 2,000 this year, according the Hawaiian Islands Department of Health.
Hawaii’s air conditioning industry has been under fire since last year, when it was revealed that many of the air conditioning companies were selling faulty air conditioners.
This led to a ban on the sale of air conditioner kits, as air conditioning kits can be sold in large quantities.
The ban led to the cancellation of about 3,000 air condition unit sales last year.
The Air Conditioning Supply Chain Association (ACSCA), an industry trade group, said that a large percentage of airconditioners sold in Hawaii in 2016 were made in China, which has the second-highest concentration of factories producing air conditionators in the world.
In a statement, the association said that “many of these air condition units were being made in factories that have not been inspected for safety.”