The word sustainability sometimes gets lost in translation.
It’s more than ditching fossil fuels in favor of renewable energy. It’s more than growing your own food, or buying local. It’s more than recycling products, including entire buildings, instead of dumping them in the landfill.
Growing up in New Hampshire, Quinn Vittum saw a problem that would guide his career path and eventually bring him to Hawaii.
BioEnergy Hawaii, LLC, (BEH) a designer, developer and operator of waste treatment and alternative energy systems, has partnered with impact investment firm Ulupono Initiative to finance a resource recovery facility planned for the west side of Hawaii Island.
The Investment Associate is primarily responsible for supporting investment efforts within UI including evaluating investments, performing due diligence, creating and maintaining financial models, structuring transactions and working with each organization to help it succeed.
While it is cheaper to fill up now than it's been in years, the costs continue to fluctuate and we must decrease our dependency on imported fuels by bolstering Hawaii's electric vehicle (EV) momentum.
Ulupono Initiative's General Partner Kyle Datta participated in a panel discussion at the 2015 Maui Energy Conference titled, The Changing Regulatory Compact – The Customer, The Utility, The Regulator.
Hawaii impact investment firm Ulupono Initiative today announced its $350,000 investment in Ibis Networks to help expand the commercial footprint of its flagship InteliNetwork™ platform launched last October.
Whether it’s local lilikoi jam or grandma’s andagi, there’s nothing like homemade food in Hawaii. Pop-up venues like farmers markets, craft fairs and bake sales are popular places to pick up locally produced treats to snack on or share with loved ones who want a taste of the islands.
Hawaii impact investment firm Ulupono Initiative is pleased to announce new positions for two team members.
Joshua Ross, Tyler Kruse and Elizabeth Curley Join Growing Team