Hawaii Pacific Solar constructed a unique solar PV system on the Lahaina Shores roof with a six-foot clearance to allow for servicing the rooftop equipment while producing their own energy from the sun.
More than 200 attendees helped raise $50,000 in the sixth annual No Shenanigans Nathan Bloom Classic Golf Tournament in 2014. www.noshenanigans.org. The funds go to the Nathan Bloom Melanoma Fellowship Program at the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco (CMPC) Foundation. The seventh annual golf classic will be held on Saturday, May 19, at the […]
Hawaiian Electric Co. expects rapid progress in approving rooftop solar energy systems in Hawaii during the next few months after a solar study’s results are finalized, the Honolulu-based utility revealed this week in a letter to Hawaii regulators. See story below in Pacific Business News. http://www.bizjournals.com/pacific/news/2015/01/08/hawaiian-electric-expects-rapid-progress-in.html
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We engineer all our installations to withstand 105-110-mile-an-hour winds, well below the current expectations of Ana. However, homeowners should make sure that all loose items like outdoor furniture, planters, toys, etc. are secured. If the power goes off the system should automatically shut down, but to be safe we recommend that homeowners trip the disconnect […]
Hawaii Pacific Solar encourages students to get creative with renewable energy Hawaii Pacific Solar (HPS), a Maui-based solar PV design and installation company, has awarded two education grants totaling $2,718 for renewable energy -related projects at Hokulani Elementary School and King William C. Lunalilo Elementary School, both Kaimuki Complex schools. Hokulani Elementary School received the […]
Hawaii Pacific Solar (HPS) has completed the installation of photovoltaic systems at three more Oahu schools: Aiea Intermediate, Jarrett Middle and Waimalu Elementary. Each Department of Education Oahu school is estimated to save $600,000 to $700,000 over the 20-year life of the system. Hawaii Pacific Solar has completed PV installation at 19 Oahu schools and […]
Aiea Elementary School 5th graders built and used solar ovens as part of their STEM learning — thanks to a $500 grant from Hawaii Pacific Solar. Led by teachers, Christin Lovell and Natascha Berinobis, the students started on the project using the STEM Engineering Design Process (EDP): Ask, Imagine, Plan, Create, Improve. To begin, students […]