Director of Sales at RevoluSun

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Director of Sales at RevoluSun RevoluSun, Hawaii’s leading provider of solar and smart home technology, is pleased to announce that David Gorman will now lead all business development efforts as director of sales. Gorman is a graduate of Punahou School and earned his B.A. in economics from the University of Hawaii.  See full story at Pacific Business News.

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500 Pounds of trash Cleared from Sandy Beach

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Star Advertiser | July 16, 2015 Solar technology company RevoluSun and the nonprofit Surfrider Foundation’s Oahu Chapter collected more than 500 pounds of trash from Sandy Beach during a cleanup Saturday. It was the sixth year that the two hosted a cleanup at Sandy Beach. Organizers say that in those six years, volunteers collected about 5,400 pounds of trash from the beach. Volunteers helped …

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Cigarette Butts, Plastic Bags Still Part of the Trash Found in Sandy Beach Cleanup

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Hawaii News Now | July 11, 2015 Sandy’s is a popular enough beach that people still show up when the weather is gray and rainy. Fortunately, that included the volunteers in an annual cleanup effort. About a hundred of those volunteers came for the sixth annual Sandy Beach cleanup organized by the Surfrider Foundation and Revolusun. They scoured the beach …

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Oahu’s Solar Energy Industry Continues to Heat Up

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Pacific Business News | July 7, 2015 Oahu’s solar photovoltaic industry saw its fourth straight month of growth in June in terms of permits issued, according to statistics collected by Marco Mangelsdorf, president of Hilo-based ProVision Solar.  During the first six months of 2015, the amount of permits issued was slightly above the amount of permits dole out on Oahu …

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Historic: Gov. Ige Signs Nation’s First 100% Renewable Energy Requirement

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Blue Planet Foundation | June 8, 2015 HONOLULU—Governor David Ige’s signature today makes official a law that requires all of Hawaii’s electricity to be produced from renewable energy sources no later than 2045. Enactment of House Bill (HB) 623 makes Hawaii the first state in the nation to adopt a 100 percent renewable requirement, further solidifying Hawaii’s role as a …

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PBN Panelists Weigh in on What Hawaii Needs to do to be Self-Sustaining

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Pacific Business News | June 5, 2015 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. It’s also all of those things. Colin Yost began …

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Changing Mindsets Key for Sustainability, PBN Panelists Say

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Pacific Business News | May 15, 2015 The panel of experts at PBN’s sustainability seminar in Downtown Honolulu on Friday focused on the attitudes people have toward sustainability, and a common theme was that while Hawaii has come a long way, we can do better.   Panelists at the event included Murray Clay, managing partner at Ulupono Initiative; Jeffrey Mikulina, CEO of Blue …

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RevoluSun Smart Home Introduces QuietCool Whole House Fans

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Pacific Edge | May 20, 2015 RevoluSun Smart Home Introduces QuietCool Whole House Fans As the struggle for solar power to be approved and installed in a timely manner carries on, RevoluSun is evolving to offer more sustainable solutions for the home that can be implemented right now, without approval from anyone. While RevoluSun offers cleaner, smarter solar, RevoluSun Smart Home now offers cleaner, …

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An Akamai Home for Cleaner, Smarter Living

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Hawaii Renovation | April 19, 2015 While the battle for solar power continues between Hawaii’s residents and HECO, RevoluSun is evolving to offer more sustainable solutions for the state’s community. RevoluSun recently opened a new office and showroom in the former Bank of Hawaii space off of Ward Avenue and Auahi Street in Honolulu. The company has transformed from merely …

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Solar Companies Urge Customers to Act Before New Rules Take Effect

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KITV 4 | April 16, 2015 HONOLULU —Rooftop solar. Either you have it or you don’t. But regardless of your PV situation, if you don’t act soon, you could lose out. That’s the message solar companies are delivering to Oahu residents ahead of a proposed rule change by Hawaiian Electric Co. that’s currently before the Public Utilities Commission. “HECO has …

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