WCA August town meeting to focus on residential photo voltaic: Possible way to reduce costs and carbon footprint

WAIMEA — The high cost of residential electricity continues to consume many throughout North Hawaii and the state.

The current status of residential alternative energy opportunities, how they work, what the process includes, what individuals, families and businesses can do to minimize their electric bills or hedge future electric bills and ultimately reduce their carbon footprint are among questions that will be answered at Waimea Community Association’s August town meeting beginning at 5:15 p.m. this Thursday at Waimea School Cafeteria.

The downside will also be addressed.

A three-member panel comprised of HELCO’s president Jay Ignacio, Provision Solar’s president Marco Mangelsdorf and Roland Shackelford, vice president of Renewable Energy Services, will address the big picture and specifics relevant to photo voltaic for residential customers.

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