Hawaii Pacific Solar in the Community
Hawaii Pacific Solar is committed to helping Hawaii achieve its sustainability goals and believes that educating youth is essential to this effort.
Bob Johnston, CEO and president of Hawaii Pacific Solar is a member of the Hawaii Nature Center (HNC) Board of Directors. HNC, with locations on Maui and Oahu, has been a leader in environmental education in Hawaii for more than 30 years and delivers award-winning programs to more than 15,000 elementary and middle school children from both public and private institutions each year. The programs encourage environmental stewardship through hands-on investigative field study and experiences. www.hawaiinaturecenter.org
As a board member, Bob has been instrumental in obtaining funds for HNC, and the company regularly participates in cleanups and repairs at HNC’s Iao Valley facility.
Hawaii Pacific Solar supports a variety of community organizations including Maui Theater, Maui high school sports and Hawaii’s Conservation Conference.
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Hawaii Pacific Solar, a Maui-based solar photovoltaic design and installation company, has awarded a $2,450 grant to Lahainaluna High School for its sustainability project.read more
Hawaii Pacific Solar (HPS) supports the annual No Shenanigans Golf Tournament, which is held in memory of Nathan Bloom, son of HPS' Robert...read more
HPS installed a PV system at Camp Maluhia in Wailuku, Maui, which will save The Maui County of Boy Scouts of America approximately $425.000 over a 20-year period. The system was funded through a Power Purchase Agreement with Kairos Energy Capital of Honolulu. VIEW...read more
Iao Valley, the Hawaii Nature Center’s (HNC) program facility on Maui, will soon have solar power thanks to a $40,000 grant from the Jonathan Merage Foundation and discounted photovoltaic (PV) installation by Maui-based Hawaii Pacific Solar.
“This grant has a two-fold purpose: to spread awareness of the benefits of solar power and to build the capacity of the Hawaii Nature Center,” said Chad Robertson, program coordinator, the Jonathan Merage Foundation.read more