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Palm Court AOAO was able to reduce their CAM area energy costs by installing a PV system over their community recreation center. All homeowners were able to benefit from and appreciate this investment in clean power.
Central Pacific Bank installed PV systems on several of their branch locations. Other financial institutions that we have installed PV for include Hawaii National Bank and Hawaii USA Federal Credit Union.
The Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii was not able to take advantage of the tax credits - however, aligning them with a strategically sourced partner created a win-win situation. The non-profit saved on operating costs with a reduction in energy costs while the investor was able to utilize the tax credits and assumed responsibility and maintenance for the PV system. Other non-profits that we have installed PV systems for include Waialae Country Club, J. Walter Cameron, Kalihi Kokua Valley, Manoa Public Library, Waimea Public Library, and Manoa Valley Theater to name a few.
Single Family Homes that fall under an AOAO are able to install PV systems per individual homeowner - structured so that each participant is able to receive and utilize the tax credits. We are familiar with the bylaws of the AOAO's and what needs to be structured and adhered to for compliance to the AOAO.
Greenpath has experience with both grid-tied PV installations, off-grid installations, as well as mobile energy solutions. We have worked on several federal, state and country projects located across military bases located in Hawaii as well as Guam
Unicold Hawaii is the largest cold storage facility on the island. With 4 different buildings and vast available rooftop space, this facility was able to harness the power of solar thru 1MW of rooftop PV installed to help lower the costs of running 24/7 operations of their refrigeration systems.
Transform your top parking decks to power producing shade for vehicles. Vineyard garage was a state project in which we did exactly that.
United Laundry was a prime example of a large scale, clean energy and daylighting project. Identified as a turnkey roofing and PV project, this building had daylighting skylights retrofitted into the new roofing system that was installed to create natural light into the spaces below. The PV system installed reduced total overall operating costs and matched the life of the roof system installed as well for aligned projected life expectancy.
For certain locations, such as the National Parks Services up at Haleakala, an off-grid system was the ideal solution to providing clean power in a very remote area.
Churches are an entire segment of non-profits that can greatly benefit from PV installations that will reduce their overall energy costs for lighting and cooling of their congregation. A great solution to stewarding wisely the finances that pass thru the organization.