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~5MW DC Total Renewable Energy Capacity (STC)

The University of Hawaiʻi has Photovoltaic (PV) systems installed at every campus and multiple off campus facilities across the state totaling almost 5MW (STC) DC of existing capacity generating renewable energy since 2011 and have had a gradual rise over the last 8 years.

The University of Hawaiʻi has aggressive plans to increase the number and size of PV systems to reach its mandated goal of net-zero energy by 2035, and the State goals of 100 percent renewable energy by 2045.

Clean Energy from Solar is one of the top solutions to climate change.

West Oʻahu

Total Installed Capacity: 504 kW DC
FY 2018 Annual Generation: 819,661 kWh

Hawaiʻi Community College

Total Installed Capacity: 268 kW DC
FY 2018 Annual Generation: 11,190 kWh

Honolulu Community College

Total Installed Capacity: 236kW DC
FY 2018 Annual Generation: 370,350 kWh

Kapiʻolani Community College

Total Installed Capacity: 130 kW DC
FY 2018 Annual Generation: 175,884 kWh

Kauaʻi Community College

Total Installed Capacity: 95.6 kW DC
FY 2018 Annual Generation: 98,598 kWh

Leeward Community College

Total Installed Capacity: 714 kW DC
FY 2018 Annual Generation: 1,047,315 kWh

Maui College

Total Installed Capacity: 1,272 kW DC
FY 2018 Annual Generation: 1,939,678 kWh

Windward Community College

Total Installed Capacity: 23 kW DC
FY 2018 Annual Generation: 15,684 kWh

Last modified: September 16, 2019
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