We build local partnerships and invest in clean energy and sustainability projects as part of
HEI’s strategy to be a catalyst for a better Hawai‘i.


We accelerate Hawai‘i’s sustainability goals in a socially, economically, and environmentally friendly way.

We do this by investing in long-term, sustainable infrastructure across the Hawaiian Islands. Sustainable infrastructure is key to tackling three central challenges facing the Hawai’i community: dependence on imported oil, inequitable access to clean technology solutions, and the effects of climate change. We apply new business models, technology, and innovation to create a positive and lasting impact for the people of Hawai‘i.


As a tier-one subsidiary of Hawaiian Electric Industries, our mission provides a broad investment strategy that expands well beyond the energy sector. Our focus areas include:

  • Energy and Renewables
  • Transportation Electrification
  • Batteries and other storage technologies
  • Water and Waste
  • Agriculture and Hydroponics

We are joining forces with local partners and community members to catalyze the development of sustainable infrastructure projects that will advance Hawai‘i’s environmental and economic development objectives,”

– Scott Valentino


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Partnership brings EverCharge EV chargers to Hawaii – Pacific Business News

By Megan Fernandes – Reporter, Pacific Business News
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, more than 80% of electric vehicle charging takes place at home. However, Hawaii’s population is at a disadvantage, with 45% of Hawaii residents living in…
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Biodiesel Magazine – The Latest News and Data About Biodiesel Production

Under a newly signed contract, Pacific Biodiesel Technologies, owner and operator of a 5.5 MMgy biodiesel production facility on the Big Island of Hawaii, will supply Pacific Current’s 60 MW combined cycle power generation facility, Hamakua Energy, with biodiesel to…

Pacific Current plans to invest in multiple sectors – Pacific Business News

Source: Pacific Current plans to invest in multiple sectors – Pacific Business News President of Pacific Current Scott Valentino, describes the subsidiary as a “Hawaii-centric non-regulated entity that invests and develops in a broad range of infrastructure.”