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PVS at Hawaii Island Realtors Home Expo at Prince Kuhio Plaza

Visit the ProVision Solar information booth and speak to one of our solar professionals about options for your home or business. If you are interested in solar for your business be sure to ask about the Safe Harbor and USDA REAP programs! Hawaii Island Realtors Home Expo at Center Court & Common Areas throughout the…

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Mahalo for Best of East Hawaii!

Mahalo East Hawaii for voting us Best Solar Installer for East Hawaii seven years in a row. We are incredibly humbled and so appreciative of the support from our East Hawaii Community. We have always put value for our customers as our business model.  We are proud to serve the East side of the Big…

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Marco @ Tutu’s House: What’s Hot in Energy on the Big Island?

There’s no place hotter in the state, in more ways than one, when it comes to the energy present and future on our beloved Hawaii Island.  From Hu Honua to Puna Geothermal Venture to little, medium and large-scale solar photovoltaic (with battery storage) to alternative fuels (think hydrogen and biodiesel) to changing incentive programs to…

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Visit our Booth at Hawai’i Island REALTORS® General Membership Meeting

Registration, Networking, & Pupus – 12:30 pm Program – 1:15 pm Economic Development on Hawai‘i Island:  Opportunity Zones; Hawaii County General Plan; Economic Outlook Guest Speakers: Howard Dicus, Chief Explainer at Hawai‘i News Now Bethany Morrison, Hawai‘i County Long Range Planning Dennis Boyd, SBDC Director-Kona Join us for pupus and networking and visit the ProVision team at our…

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Grid Outages and the Magic of Frequency Shifting

This is the fascinating story of frequency shifting. Normal electric utility frequency is 60 hertz (Hz).  Solar electric inverters require the utility frequency to be at or near 60 Hz in order to operate.  During a grid outage, Powerwall effectively establishes grid quality power (120/240 volts at 60 Hz), allowing a nano grid to operate…

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Storm knocks out power to much of the Big Island

By MICHAEL BRESTOVANSKY Hawaii Tribune-Herald | Tuesday, July 9, 2019 While the former hurricane Barbara was too weak to cause significant damage to the Big Island, it still succeeded in knocking out power to much of the island Monday. As rain lashed the windward side of the island Monday morning, power outages struck residences and…

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Tesla’s 16 year anniversary – Teslarati explores the history of Tesla Inc.

Tesla’s 16-year anniversary: A tale of trials, tribulations, and grit that continues to this day By Simon Alvarez | TESLARATI Sixteen years ago, engineer-entrepreneurs Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning incorporated a company that was, for the most part, a legitimate long shot. Named Tesla Motors, the company occupied an office that had three desks and…

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Hawaii Island CGS Plus capacity dwindling

Hawaiian Electric’s Customer Grid Supply Plus (CGS Plus) program has capacity limits that vary by island. The original capacity for HELCO was 7 MW. The CGS Plus+ program will remain open until the installed capacity is reached. Currently the CGS Plus available capacity is 58% or about 4 MW. The benefits of CGS Plus are…

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State study explores utility alternatives

By JOHN BURNETT Hawaii Tribune-Herald | Thursday, June 6, 2019, 12:05 a.m. The Hawaii State Energy Office on Tuesday unveiled a study analyzing alternative models for utility ownership and regulation in Hawaii. The $1.2 million study was produced by London Economics International LLC of Boston in response to a law signed in 2016 providing funding…

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