Tag: Hawaii

Mar 17

Californians Consume the Least Electricity Nationwide

Californians consume the least electricity per-person of any state in the country, according to new 2014 state energy rankings from EnergyTrends.org. Behind California, Hawaii, Rhode Island and New York used the least electricity per person. Meanwhile, Californians consumed the fifth-lowest total energy per person of any state. This ranking has remained unchanged in recent years …

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Jul 24

Hawaiian Solar Power Installation

SolarCity to Provide Solar Electricity to 7,500 Military Homes at Island Palm Communities at Multiple Army Bases in Hawai’i One of Largest Solarstrong Projects to Date Expected to Add 12.8 Megawatts of Generation Capacity Throughout Oahu, Including Fort Shafter and Schofield Barracks SolarCity today announced plans to add 12.8 megawatts of new solar generation capacity to …

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Apr 23

Hawaiian Car Dealers Go Solar

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KYOCERA and ProVision Solar Help Auto Businesses in Hawai’i Say Aloha to Renewable Energy Four of eight total installations already utilizing sunshine power in Hilo, Kamuela and Captain Cook Kyocera Solar Inc. announced today that it supplied Kyocera solar modules to ProVision Solar that will power a total of eight auto businesses on the Big …

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Apr 16

Utilities Honored For Solar Power Use

Annual Top 10 List Ranks Utilities by Megawatts and Watts-Per-Customer of Installed Solar Electricity Capacity Top10-USC2013The Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) today named the Top 10 American electric utilities that have added the most new solar power to their systems and the most solar on a watts-per-customer basis in 2012. This annual ranking, which identifies …

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Jan 29

Hawaiian Solar Power

Breakthrough For Hawaiian Solar Power Announced By Clean Energy Groups Barriers should come down for homeowners, businesses wanting to add rooftop solar Honolulu, HI — Today, national organizations Earthjustice and the Interstate Renewable Energy Council, Inc. (IREC) commended the Hawaiian Electric (HECO) utilities’ path-breaking plans to enable more rooftop solar systems to connect to the …

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