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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SunPower: the go-to choice for solar pioneers and homeowners and businesses

ProVision Solar is proud to offer SunPower photovoltaic panels – the most efficient solar panels on the market! Renowned the world over for superior technology, SunPower is the go-to choice for solar pioneers who push the limits by land, sea and sky. And that very same technology is available to power a record of your…

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SunPower panels on the SolarStratos solar-powered aircraft

SolarStratos is an aeronautical project aimed at flying a solar-powered airplane for the first time to the stratosphere. The SolarStratos airplane is the first commercial two-seater solar-powered aircraft in history, it will also be the first manned solar-powered aircraft to enter the stratosphere. The SolarStratos design is using SunPower modules. SunPower manufacturers the most efficient…

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Think Tech Hawaii: Current Developments in Energy (Energy 808: The Cutting Edge)

Only on Energy 808. Marco Mangelsdorf, President at ProVision Solar and Mina Morita, former Chairwoman of the State of Hawaii’s Public Utilities Commission, appear alongside Jay Fidell for Mina, Marco and Me to discuss Hawaii’s most recent energy news and developments. Reliability – operational security (Short term) and resource adequacy (long term). Resilience – the…

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HELCO deals with a windy weekend on the Big Island

A powerful winter storm hit Hawaii this weekend, wreaking havoc on all the islands with high winds, record low temperatures and even snowfall on Maui’s Haleakala and Polipoli State Park. Hawaii Island’s Maunakea recorded gusts up to 191-mph during the storm and received a light blanket of snow, some of which is still visible today.…

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