POWERED BY THE SUN

Ku'ia Solar Farm Ku'ia Solar is a 2.87 MW solar project being built in Lahaina to feed low-cost energy into the Maui Electric grid. The project is owned by SSA Solar of HI 2, LLC, an affiliate of Sun Financial and Kenyon Energy based in Florida. Hawaii Pacific Solar and Haleakala Energy Associates are the local development team that brought the project to its current position. The project will be built by M+W Energy Group using local sub-contractors for labor. The project will be located on land leased from Kamehameha Schools. The array field is expected to sit on approximately 12 acres within a 1,000 acre parcel. The land was previously used to grow sugar cane and was farmed by Pioneer Mill. This project is forecasted to break ground Winter of 2016.
Site of future Ku'ia Solar Farm
Aerial view of future site of Ku'ia Solar Farm

South Maui Renewable Resources
South Maui Renewable Resources, LLC (“SMRR”) is developing a utility scale solar project in Kihei to feed low-cost energy into the Maui Electric grid. The project is owned by SSA Solar of HI 3, LLC, an affiliate of Sun Financial and Kenyon Energy based in Florida. SMRR is the local development team and includes Hawaii Pacific Solar and Haleakala Energy Associates. The 2.87 Megawatt project will be built by M+W Energy Group using local companies/labor.

The project will be located on land leased from Haleakala Ranch. The array field is expected to sit on approximately 12 acres within a 2,000acre parcel. The land has been used for cattle grazing and will offer ideal sun exposure for the 12,000 solar panels producing energy.

The site is Mauka of the Maui Research and Technology Park.
Aerial view of future site of SMRR Solar Farm