- Campus Affiliation: Mānoa
- Date activated: 09/05/2019
- Capacity: 974 kW DC (STC)
- Estimated Annual Generation: 1,421,340 kWh/year (1,428,685 kWh/year guaranteed first year)
Phase one of the 1 megawatt photovoltaic (PV) project consists of a canopy PV panels on the parking structure at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. The system began generating electricity at the end of the summer of 2019.
The system is expected to save UH about $100,000 a year in electricity costs and advances the system toward the state’s goal of net zero usage by 2035.
Read the full article on the UH News website: “1MW of renewable energy goes online at UH Mānoa”.