Our Corporate members include the following businesses:
- AES Solar Power LLC (Jody Allione) – an Arlington, Virgina based system integrator of large PV systems.
- Apollo Energy Corporation (Steven Pace), a Foster City, California- based wind developer and managing member of Tawhiri Power LLC, owner and operator of the 21 MW Pakini Nui Wind Farm located at South Point on the big island of Hawai’i. See: http://ww.tawhiri.us.
- ClearFuels Technology, Inc. (Bob Shleser) – with corporate offices in Honolulu was founded in 1998 and is now majority owned by Rentech. From inception, the core focus has been the development of a flexible thermochemical conversion technology platform to support commercial-scale production of advanced biofuels while reducing commodity risks of both feedstock costs and biofuels prices both feedstock costs and biofuels prices. The Rentech-ClearFuels high-efficiency biomass gasifier is a flexible versatile processor for the conversion of multiple biomass feedstocks to renewable biofuels and other renewable energy products such as clean, renewable syngas, hydrogen, steam and power. The Rentech-ClearFuels biomass gasification system can be linked with Rentech technologies to produce renewable jet fuel and naphtha from a variety of biomass feedstocks. See: http://www.rentechinc.com/
- First Wind (Kelly Obrien) a Boston-based, independent North American wind energy company exclusively focused on the development, financing, construction, ownership and operation of utility-scale wind energy projects in the United States. First Wind has developed projects in Maine, Vermont, New York, Utah and Hawaii. The first project the company built in Hawaii was the 30 MW Kaheawa Wind I on the island of Maui in 2006. They also own and operate the 30 MW Kahuku Wind on Oahu, and are constructing two additional wind projects in 2012 – the 21 MW Kaheawa Wind II on Maui and the 69 MW Kawailoa Wind on Oahu.
- Hawaii’i Gas (Joe Boivin) - a Honolulu-based wholly owned subsidiary of Macquarie Infrastructure Company. TGC makes and supplies: (i) liquefied petroleum gas (LPG or propane) to more than 40,000 commercial and residential utility and non-utility customers statewide; and (ii) synthetic natural gas (SNG) to over 28,000 commercial and residential utility customers through a 1,100-mile pipeline network. TGC is working to reduce its carbon footprint is through the use of renewable and sustainable fuels. See: http://www.hawaiigas.com and /http://ww.macquarie.com/mic
- Hawi Renewable Development (Richard Horn) — a partnership between HRD, Inc. (Chico, California and enXco, Inc. (Escondido, California) to develop, own and operate the 10.6 MW windfarm at Hawi, Big Island. See: http://siteconstructors.net/ and http://www.enXco.com/
- Inter Island Solar Supply (Cully Judd, Rick Reed) – a Honolulu, Hawaii-based distributor of solar thermal and photovoltaic systems and products in Hawaii, and business partner with Sunearth, a California-based solar thermal manufacturer. See: http://www.solarsupply.com/
- Pacific Biodiesel (Kelly and Bob King) – a Hawaii-based biodiesel production company that pioneered the community-based biodiesel business model in the U.S.; also engaged in technology R&D, plant engineering, design and installation, and fuel testing at PB Technologies in Salem, Oregon. See: http://www.biodiesel.com/
- Renewable Energy Services (Peter Shackelford) – a Hawaii-based system designer, integrator and installer of PV and other renewable systems. See: http://www.renewablenergy.com/
- Solar Power Systems International (John Crouch) – a Hawaii-based system designer, integrator and installer of PV and other renewable systems. See: http://www.spsintl.net
- SunEdison LLC (Curtis Seymour, Nicola Doss) – based in Belmont, California SunEdison is one of the largest solar energy service providers in the world. SunEdison develops, finances, operates and monitors solar energy solutions worldwide, ranging from some of the world’s largest solar deployments to residential customers’ rooftops. See: http://www.sunedison.com
- SunPower Corporation (Riley Saito) – one of the world’s largest PV companies with over 500 MWs installed world-wide. Based in San Jose, Californiia, SunPower is vertically integrated, including the manufacture, system design and integration, and installation and maintenance of its PV systems for residential, commercial, government and utility-scale customers. See: http://us.sunpowercorp.com/
- Yamamoto Caliboso, LLLC (Dean Yamamoto, Carl Caliboso) – a Honolulu-based law firm concentrating principally on real estate, finance, business, utilities, telecommunications and energy law matters. All of its attorneys and staff are dedicated to providing their clients with innovative, high-quality legal representation and counseling. Their size enables their principals to provide hands-on representation to each of their clients. Their principals are always intimately involved in all client matters, ensuring that their clients receive representation by the attorneys they have hired. See: http://www.ychawaii.com/