Piʻiholo Road Solar 

About the project

Hawaii is moving away from fossil fuels and into a renewable future.
Piʻiholo Road Solar is designed to support the island’s goal of being 100% renewable by 2045. The project, located on Makawao Ave, will generate clean power, build grid reliance, and lower electricity costs. It is also a part of the CBRE low to moderate-income (LMI) shared solar program, meaning that community members who meet certain LMI income requirements are eligible to enroll.

Nexamp will finance, construct, own, and operate the project. We plan to use local labor at prevailing wages for construction and ongoing maintenance and have already established relationships with local contractors.

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Utility of the Future

We’re working with communities, businesses, and municipalities to democratize clean energy and support U.S. energy independence.
Nexamp subscribers receive annual electricity savings, and partners share in the profits of our unique, vertically integrated model. Best practices are honored, operations are efficient, and each year our solution expands further.

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Subscribe to a Nexamp community solar farm
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Earn utility bill credits once the farm is built & connected to the grid
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Pay Nexamp for these utility bill credits at a discount of up to 15% and save annually on electricity costs
*Savings will vary depending on current electric rates, seasonal variability of solar power, and your electricity consumption.

Our environmental commitments are fundamental to our company culture, employees, and vision.

Being carbon neutral by 2022, with our supply chain carbon neutral by 2030

Recycling all solar panels as they are decommissioned by 2022

Delivering on sustainable land use while following local, state and federal requirements

Creating partnership opportunities for education and technical experience in our host communities