On April 30, 2020, ENGIE Hawai’i held a Town Hall on Nā Leo TV to discuss the state of clean energy on Hawaiʻi Island and two projects proposed for the Waikoloa area. Hear from the project team as well as viewer questions taken on the air in this video:
These proposed solar and energy storage projects will reduce the use of fossil fuel, bring stability to electricity prices, and protect Hawaiʻi Island’s environment for future generations. Learn more about the projects here:
Hawaiʻi Island – Puakō
Hawaiʻi Island – Waikoloa
About ENGIE Hawaiʻi
ENGIE is a provider of clean, affordable energy around the world, in the Pacific, and in Hawai‘i. As the largest global provider of energy services, it is leading the energy transition to a low-carbon economy by building a society that demands less energy and is less dependent on fossil fuels. ENGIE Hawai‘i brings global expertise to our local energy challenges through a team of kama‘āina who have been serving the Islands for over a decade. The team working on the Puakō and Waikoloa projects is based on O‘ahu and Hawai‘i Island, from which it strategically accesses ENGIE’s international knowledge and experience. Learn more at ENGIE-Hawaii.com, and the global website at ENGIE.com/en.