Energy Archive

Title Issue
Solar Power Pays Off for Businesses

Solar Power Pays Off for Businesses

Solar pays off for Hawaii businesses in as little as four years

July 2011
The Department of Hawaiian Homelands' New Efficient Homes

The Department of Hawaiian Homelands' New Efficient Homes

Armstrong Builders has created multiple housing communities, all with fully efficient homes.

July 2011
Kuehnle Algae Replaces Oil

Kuehnle Algae Replaces Oil

Using a library of algae strains, Kuehnle AgroSystems says it can decrease the need for imported oil; replacing it by optimizing algae biomass to a valuable biofuel.

June 2011
The Coming China Wave

The Coming China Wave

It could take three to seven years, but the world’s next superpower will play a much bigger role in local tourism, real estate, energy, schools and exports

November 2010
How to Revitalize Hawaii’s Economy

How to Revitalize Hawaii’s Economy

The Hawaii Business Forum on revitalizing the economy. Speakers include: Kirk Belsby, Kamehameha Schools; Kyle Chock, Pacific Resource Partnership; State Sen. Carol Fukunaga; Ernest Nishizaki, Kyo-ya; Dean Okimoto, Nalo Farms; Patrick Sullivan, Oceanit; and Steven Petranik, Hawaii Business.

August 2010
Transformers

Transformers

As revenues fall and old ways fail, a Hawaiian Electric team tries to turn a power behemoth into a clean-energy matrix

August 2010

How to Revitalize Hawaii’s Economy – Extended Version

The Hawaii Business Forum on revitalizing the economy. Speakers include: Kirk Belsby, Kamehameha Schools; Kyle Chock, Pacific Resource Partnership; State Sen. Carol Fukunaga; Ernest Nishizaki, Kyo-ya; Dean Okimoto, Nalo Farms; Patrick Sullivan, Oceanit; and Steven Petranik, Hawaii Business.

August 2010
Creating the Blue Economy

Creating the Blue Economy

The World Congress on Zero Emission Initiatives: Launching “The Blue Economy” will focus on innovations in seven areas: energy, food, health, housing, transportation, water and waste.

August 2010

Spin Zone

Where Hawaii’s leaders face off

June 2007
Something for Everybody

Something for Everybody

Hawaii entrepreneur and philanthropist Henk Rogers, famous for bringing Tetris to the world, wants to figure out a new puzzle: How to beat the world’s addiction to fossil fuels.

April 2008