Hawaiian Electric proposes state's largest photovoltaic project

Hawaiian Electric (HE) asks state regulators to approve development of a proposed 15 MW photovoltaic system, which would be the state's largest.

It would be the first PV facility owned and operated by HE, which has selected SolarCity (SCTY) to construct the project on undeveloped land next to its Kahe Generating Station.

HE says the project could produce electricity at a cost equal to a power purchase agreement with a price of $0.145/kw-hour vs. the $0.227/kw-hour cost of power created by burning fuel.

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  • msteck
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    That's choke MW brah.
    25 Oct 2013, 01:07 PM Reply Like
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