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.

OUR MISSION

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.

OUR FOCUS

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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Pacific Current provides meals for first responders from local Honokaa eateries – Pacific Business News

Pacific Current provides meals for first responders from local Honokaa eateries Source: Pacific Current provides meals for first responders from local Honokaa eateries – Pacific Business News
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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…