Hawaii Business Top Energy Companies: Hawaii Energy Resource Guide

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Hawaii Business | Eric Carlson From the day we opened our doors for business five years ago, RevoluSun has led Hawaii’s solar industry for a number of reasons. At the top of the list is our commitment to quality. Not only do we choose to work with the best manufacturing partners and offer the most comprehensive and supportive customer experience, …

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Solar is the smart choice for your property

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Hawaii Renovations | January 18, 2015 RevoluSun, Hawaii’s leading solar provider, is evolving into a one-stop shop for advanced, sustainable home technology. RevoluSun is offering the Sun Bandit solar water heater as the first product of many from its “Smart Home” line. Sun Bandit solar water heaters utilize innovative photovoltaic (PV) technology to deliver clean and reliable hot water by …

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Solar exec provides insight on NextEra’s purchase of Hawaiian Electric

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Hawaii News Now | December 30, 2014 Hawaii News Now – KGMB and KHNL Local solar power executives are closely watching the effort to obtain regulatory approval to sell Hawaiian Electric to a mainland company, NextEra, which describes itself as a solar and wind power advocated but also owns Florida Power & Light.  Colin Yost, chief operating officer of RevoluSun, …

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NextEra Impact

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Hawaii News Now – KGMB and KHNL | December 4th, 2014 Hawaii News Now – KGMB and KHNL First at 6:30, new insight on the future of Hawaiian Electric under the ownership of Nextera. Despite some criticism of the deal, industry experts say the acquisition could benefit Hawaii’s customers. Tim Sakahara has our top story. nextera energy is a $15 …

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RevoluSun Takes the Lead, Receiving and Giving Awards

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Hawaii News Now | Metro Oahu RevoluSun, Hawaii’s leading solar provider, had a busy week of both empowering others and being honored for leading in environmental stewardship. RevoluSun was awarded the Hawai‘i-Based Company Award at the 12th Annual John Kelly Environmental Achievement Awards held on November 15. As one of the biggest solar companies in Hawaii, RevoluSun is committed to …

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The Pulse Top 5: ‘Cabarae,’ Murphy’s 27th, Winger

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Honolulu Pulse | Jason Genegabus ‘CABARAE’ SHOWROOM GRAND OPENING 1. The new “CabaRAE” Showroom celebrated its grand opening on Saturday with a full house of VIP guests and an afterparty with Honolulu Pulse blogger Christa “DJ SuperCW” Wittmier on the turntables. “Hawaii Five-0″ stars Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park were among those in attendance. See more photos at honolulupulse.com/cabaraeopening; read …

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RevoluSun Takes Part in the Windward Climate Change Summit: Community invited to be part of the climate change solution by educating themselves on how they can make a difference.

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Renewable Energy World | Jennifer Pang   RevoluSun’s Chief Operating Officer Colin Yost will present during the Windward Climate Change Summit from 3 to 5 p.m. this Sunday, November 23 at Kailua Elementary School. Experts at this summit will discuss climate change and its impact on Hawaii, and ways to mitigate its effects.   Several industry experts will lead two …

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KITV-ABC: Revolusun’s Kaliua Sand Sifter Challenge

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KITV | November 18, 2014 The first Ultimate Sand Sifter Challenge happens today at Kalama Beach Park in Kailua. The public will get to test out different sifters created by a number of design teams. The one with the best sifter to pick up micro-plastics will win 25-hundred dollars from solar company REVOLUSUN. Marine debris kills over 100- thousand mammals …

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Business Report: Colin Yost of Revolusun

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Hawaii News Now | November 7, 2014 Hawaii News Now – KGMB and KHNL  With the increasing demand for solar and photo-voltaic systems in Hawaii, Hawaiian Electric had been sitting on thousands of solar power applications. Now, it promises to approve two thousand of those applications by December and another two thousand by spring. Colin Yost is Chief Operating Officer with …

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Power customers opt to go off grid: Solar systems linked to batteries become a more appealing and affordable option

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Star Advertiser | Kathryn Mykleseth When Hawaiian Electric Co. began slowing rooftop solar installations last year, it pushed energy companies, legislators and residents to seek out other options, including a growing interest in going off the grid. There are 4,500 people on Oahu waiting for approval for rooftop solar systems as a result of a September 2013 rule change where HECO …

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