Oahu & Kaua'i Island Schools

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Oahu Island Schools

On Oahu there are 1.1 megawatts of projects broken up among 9 different schools across the island. Each system consists of fixed-tilt roof mounts from penetrating to ballasted racking systems. There were unique challenges that National Energy Partners overcame throughout the projects from logistics coordination to weather delays. NEP worked with the local utility authorities and state officials in order to ensure all projects met local governmental regulations

Ala Wai Elementary:  225.55 kW
Ali’iolani Elementary:  125.55 kW
Hau’ula Elementary:  129.08 kW
Hokulani Elementary:  104.03 kW
Ka’a’awa Elementary School:  52.80 kW
Kahuku Elementary:  125.55 kW
La’ie Elementary:  129.08 kW
Sunset Beach Elementary:  125.55 kW
Thomas Jefferson Elementary:  170.62 kW

Kaua'i Island Schools

2.96 Megawatts of projects are broken up among 15 different schools across the island of Kaua’i. Each system is made up of fixed-tilt roof mounted arrays.

Chiefess Kamakahelei

Middle School:  250.72 kW
Ele’ele Elementary
:  97.14 kW
Elsie H. Wilcox Elementary
:  250.72 kW
Hanalei Elementary
:  98.90 kW
Kapa’a Elementary
:  143.55 kW
Kapa’a Middle School
 57.93 kW
Kapa’a High School
:  250.72 kW
Kalaheo Elementary
:  229.20 kW
Kaua’i High School
:  365.25 kW
Kekaha Elementary
:  150.53 kW
Kilauea Elementary
:  100.05 kW
King Kaumauali’i Elementary
:  222.00 kW
Koloa Elementary
 193.05 kW
Waimea Canyon Middle School
:  250.72 kW

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