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the University shall, Commit to minimize greenhouse emissions and become carbon neutral by 2050.  Executive Policy 4.202

Renewable Energy Generation by Campus

Kauaʻi 596 kW W est Oʻahu 703 kW Leeward 2,391 kW Honolulu 2,413 kW Mānoa 4,091 kW Kapiʻolani 1,879 kW Windward 1,485 kW Maui College 3,016 kW Hawaiʻi 262 kW Hilo 935 kW

The University of Hawai’i is committed to being a leader in renewable energy and has a goal to become net-zero energy by 2035, exceeding and in full support of the State’s goals to be 100% renewable by 2045. Our first rooftop system was built on the PB-11 in 2009, about 10.4KW at the University of Hilo campus of the Big Island. Since then we have grown by 14,000% generating over 19 million kWh/yr, which is enough to power over 2,000 homes for a full year! Our PV systems include: rooftop installations, parking shade structures and ground mount arrays. These projects are built through a portfolio of funding sources including capital procurements and PPAs.

Peruse our portfolio of PV systems at each of our 10 campuses across the Hawaiian Islands.

West Oʻahu

Total Installed Capacity: 703 kW DC
Energy Produced: 855,488 kWh (FY2022-23)

Hawaiʻi Community College

Total Installed Capacity: 262 kW DC
Energy Produced: 982,583 kWh (FY2022-23)

Honolulu Community College

Total Installed Capacity: 2,413 kW DC
Energy Produced: 2,267,187 kWh (FY2022-23)

Kapiʻolani Community College

Total Installed Capacity: 1,874 kW DC
Energy Produced: 3,036,290 kWh (FY2022-23)

Kauaʻi Community College

Total Installed Capacity: 596 kW DC
Energy Produced: 476,479 kWh (FY2022-23)

Leeward Community College

Total Installed Capacity: 2,391 kW DC
Energy Produced: 3,059,792 kWh (FY2022-23)

Windward Community College

Total Installed Capacity: 1,485 kW DC
Energy Produced: 1,682,445 kWh (FY2022-23)

Last modified: May 14, 2024
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