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Hawaii’s Most Diversified Electrical Contractor

 American Electric

“For Hawaii to meet its sustainable energy goals it has to include distributed generation and all other renewable technologies.”

– Tom Vincent, CEO American Electric

Tom Vincent, CEO of American Electric has been with the company for 46 years. “American Electric has been doing business in Hawaii for 65 years, and I’m confident we will be here 65 more” said Vincent. “For many years we were one, if not the only company that could do the complex high voltage work for the utility companies. In the last decade we’ve diversified by adding telecom, photo-voltaic, residential and a service division” continued Vincent. 

American Electric designs and delivers the most efficient electrical solutions, customized specifically to meet the customer’s needs. “At American Electric a PV system on your roof is just as important as a multi-million dollar power plant for HECO.  We take the same meticulous, professional approach on every project.”

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This approach is one of the reasons American Electric has expanded state wide and now has offices on Oahu, Maui, Kauai and the Big Island. American Electric is one of the largest electric contractors in the state with a reputation of quality second to none.

From megawatt geothermal plants to burning rubbish to create renewable energy, American Electric takes a proactive approach to every project by maintaining advanced training in the latest electrical and clean energy solutions. “With over 200 employees it’s critical that our employees are trained with the latest technology and tools, ensuring that every team member can deliver the highest quality service to every project. After all we have a 65 year reputation to live up to” said Vincent. 

American Electric
315 Sand Island Access Rd.
Honolulu, HI 96819
(808) 848-0751

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