KKCC Green Business Fair and After Hours Event

Come visit us at the Green Business Fair and After Hours event sponsored by KKCC. The Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce’s networking event, AfterHours, is from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, at NELHA Hale ‘Iako, located at 73-970 Makako Bay Drive in Kailua-Kona.  

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ProVision Solar is now a Kuleana Green Business

On Wednesday, April 11th ProVision Solar was selected to participate in the Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce’s Kuleana Green Business Program. INTEGRITY & STEWARDSHIP IN ACTION The Kuleana Green Business Program promotes ethical business practices and environmental stewardship among Chamber members and throughout Hawai`i. Program members understand their kuleana (right and responsibility) to generate profits as…

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ProVision Attending After Hours

Parker Ranch Center presents a Paniolo Party featuring pupus from Parker Ranch Center restaurants including Village Burger, Noodle Club, Lilikoi Café, L & L, and more! Enjoy games and prizes, music and a gift bag for each attendee.

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Sunpower panels powering the largest solar panel system in Major League Baseball

San Diego Padres’ Petco Park is currently in the process of installing a massive Sunpower 336,520-watt solar power system to its upper deck roof and canopy. This solar project will be larger than all the MLB’s seven other solar projects, combined. Installed by Miramar-based company Sullivan Solar Power, Padres management state the project will save…

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Limited time: Buy your solar panels at PRE-TARIFF PRICES!

We received a container full of pre-tariff solar modules. Act now to get your panels at low PRE-TARIFF PRICES – supplies are very limited! Contact us today before supplies run out. If you hadn’t heard, in January President Trump approved recommendations to impose a 30% tariff on the import of solar cells and modules. Read…

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Marco on Hawaii Public Radio The Conversation: February 20th, 2018

Featured on The Conversation: Tuesday, February 20th, 2018 By Chris Vandercook, Catherine Cruz & Bill Dorman Big Island Solar Update Hawaii’s people use solar energy more, on a per capita basis than the people of any other state. Now that battery storage technology is advancing, it makes more sense than ever. Listen to audio:

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Big Island solar permits up 121% from last year

HJ Mai from Pacific Business News reports on soaring PV solar permits issued for January 2018 versus the same period last year. “The solar industry on Hawaii’s Big Island has had a successful start to 2018, with permit numbers soaring year-over-year in January. Last month, the County of Hawaii issued 102 permits for solar photovoltaic…

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How solar owners’ post-hurricane demand for batteries could impact utilities

Extreme weather is driving customers to solar-plus-storage as backup power, but they can use it to cut back on electricity use, too. An article on UtilityDive.com discusses the impact of the growing demand, and lowering costs, for solar-plus-storage solutions. Read the article: https://www.utilitydive.com/news/how-solar-owners-post-hurricane-demand-for-batteries-could-impact-utilitie/516806/  

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