Hawai‘i-based impact investment group Ulupono Initiative today announced newest members of its investment and communications teams.
HONOLULU — Local farmers have a unique opportunity to showcase their produce and goods at a “Farm to School Information Session and Mixer.” Those interested are encouraged to register beginning today or call The Kohala Center at 808-887-6411. Registration ends April 21 and it is free to register, but space is limited.
Lt. Governor Shan Tsutsui is working collaboratively with the Hawaii State Department of Agriculture and Department of Education to gather information from the agriculture community for the Farm to School Initiative. Farmers across the state are being asked to participate in a Request for Information (RFI) survey for the Initiative’s market research, beginning today, April 1.
Alerton, a division of Honeywell, today announced an integration and distribution partnership with Ibis Networks. Alerton is a leading supplier of building management systems, and has selected the Ibis InteliNetwork system as its preferred plug load solution. Ibis is the first strategic partner supplier for Alerton, and brings building owners and managers the data and controls over a significant portion of their total energy use.
Hawaiian Electric Co. tells a new solar suitor it’s open to talking about the three SunEdison projects, but wants bankruptcy risks addressed.
Hawaiian Electric should not stand in the way of SunEdison solar farms being constructed on Oahu, investment firm manager says.
The House is expected to pass a bill today that would close a loophole in the definition of the state’s “100 percent renewable energy goal” and prevent Hawaii electric utilities from using any fossil fuel beyond 2045.
In one week, Kamehameha Schools and the Pauahi Foundation will close the application period for the 2016 Mahiai Match-Up – an agricultural business plan contest dedicated to finding farmers to grow food, and decrease the state’s dependence on imports. Teams are asked to complete a short application by Monday, February 29, 2016.
Hawaii’s largest dairy is seeking state help to develop a $10 million milk processing plant after the only local processor dramatically cut what it pays Hawaii’s last two dairy farms for their milk last year.