Hawai‘i Island

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Harnessing the power of the sun on Hawaiʻi Island

ENGIE Hawaiʻi’s proposed photovoltaic and energy storage project on Hawaiʻi Island will generate clean, sustainable, affordable electricity from sunlight.

This project, proposed for the Waikoloa area, has the capability to displace tens of thousands of barrels of imported oil every year. The project will supply lower cost electricity to Hawaiʻi Electric Light Company, and help Hawai‘i Island come closer to achieving its 2045 mandates of carbon neutrality and 100% renewable energy on the grid.

In addition to the environmental and economic benefits of delivering more clean energy to Hawaiʻi Island, ENGIE Hawaiʻi will utilize its experience in Hawaiʻi’s public schools to educate the community about renewable energy through public tours, student STEM (science/technology/engineering/math) enrichment programs, professional development for teachers, a fellowship program, and scholarships.

ENGIE Hawaiʻi’s team brings together the global project development expertise of ENGIE, the world’s leader in cost effective zero-carbon transition solutions, with over a decade of local understanding of Hawaiʻi’s community and unique challenges. This global-local approach results in world-class projects that move Hawaiʻi forward.

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