Nexamp holding public information meeting on Kalaoa Solar Project
Nexamp, a community-based renewable energy developer and operator, is holding a public information meeting on Monday to share information about the Kalaoa Solar Project, a proposed renewable energy facility being built on the mauka side of Queen Ka‘ahumanu Highway in Kalaoa on Hawai‘i Island.
The Kalaoa Solar Project will generate clean power and help lower electricity costs for qualified low- to moderate-income subscribers, while also supporting Hawai‘i’s goal to be 100% renewable by 2045.
The public meeting at the Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawai‘i Authority will include an explanation of community-based renewable energy and how it works, an overview of the Kalaoa Solar Project, and time for questions and answers.
Members of the public wanting to participate in the information meeting online can do so by registering at http://bit.ly/KalaoaSolarMeeting.
The Kalaoa Solar Project is part of Hawaiian Electric’s community-based renewable energy low- to moderate-income shared solar program, meaning that community members who meet certain low- to moderate-income requirements are eligible to enroll and subscribe for credits
to lower their electric bill.
For more information, visit https://www.nexamp.com/kalaoa-solar.