Midweek’s West Oahu Islander carried the story about the Hawaii Pacific Solar grant awards to Aiea Elementary and Aiea Highschool on its front page. http://www.midweek.com/aiea-schools-win-sustainability/
Hawaii Pacific Solar encourages students to get creative with solar energy (HONOLULU, March 14, 2014) – Hawaii Pacific Solar (HPS) has awarded two education grants totaling $2,750 for solar energy-related projects at Aiea Elementary and Aiea High Schools. A $500 grant was awarded to Aiea Elementary School for a grant submitted by fifth grade teachers […]
Applications now available for Kaimuki Complex Schools for projects relating to Solar Energy, Photovoltaic Technology and Sustainability. Apply now…
The 2013 No Shenanigans Nate Bloom Golf Classic was a great success! The 2013 No-Shenanigans Golf Tournament Sept. 21 at Chardonnay Golf and Event Center was a huge success. The event started early with a beautiful late summer Napa Valley day, and all players were ready for some great golf on this spectacular course. It […]
Hawaii Pacific Solar, in association with HEA Hawaii Solar, has signed a contract to install solar photovoltaic systems on two senior housing facilities: Hale Mahaolu Ehiku in Kihei with 115 units and the 35-unit Hale Mahaolu Eono in Lahaina. The total amount of PV installed will be 97.5 kW producing an estimated 143,000 kW hours […]
Hawaii Pacific Solar recently completed the installation of photovoltaic systems at both Aliamanu Middle and Pearlridge Elementary Schools. Each school is estimated to save more than $500,000 over the 20-year life of the system. The PV systems will each prevent 300,184 pounds of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere — equivalent to the CO2 emissions […]
Hawaii Pacific Solar recently completed the installation of a photovoltaic system for Aliamanu Middle School. The PV system will prevent 300,184 pounds of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere — equivalent to the CO2 emissions from 15,265 gallons of gasoline, 28 passenger vehicles or from 317 barrels of oil.
Maui Preparatory Academy in Napili, Maui, is estimated to save more than $450,000 over the 20-year life of the photovoltaic (PV) system recently installed by Hawaii Pacific Solar (HPS). The solar PV project was funded by parents of a Maui Prep student. “The savings Maui Prep will see with the PV system is just one […]
On Oahu, the Hawaii State Department of Education is estimated to save more than $7.7 million over the 20-year life of the PV systems recently installed by HPSatAiea, Kahuku, Kaimuki, Waianae, Radford and Moanalua High Schools. The estimated savings for the 15 Kauai schools over the next 20 years is more than $30 million.