Presentation for Maui Electric Company, Ltd.Presentation Transcript
- TO MINIMIZE OUR CARBON FOOTPRINT
- TO MINIMIZE OUR DEPENDENCE ON FOSSIL FUELS
- TO MINIMIZE OUR CONTRIBUTION TO GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE
PRESENTATION FOR MS. SHARON SUZUKI
MAUI ELECTRIC COMPANY
CLIFTON M HASEGAWA & ASSOCIATES, LLC
1. Purpose of Our Meeting
2. Company Overview
3. Our Team
4. Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative
5. Hawaiian Electric Company’s Renewable Energy Portfolio Goals
6. Hawaiian Electric Company and Its Subsidiary Companies
7. Renewable Energy Technologies
8. Photovoltaic Renewable Energy
9. Connection Requirements
10. Types of Agreements
11. Photovoltaic Contractor
12. Photovoltaic Sites
13. Environmental, Community and Cultural
14. Memorandum of Understanding and Mutual Agreement
15. Our Commitment
PURPOSE OF OUR MEETING
To introduce our team to Maui Electric Company Renewable
Energy Representatives, to share our commitment to
photovoltaic renewable energy and to become an active
participant in Hawaiian Electric Company’s Partnership for
To develop a mutual understanding for the delivery of
photovoltaic power to the Maui Electric Company system
during peak and off-peak hours.
To develop a mutual process to establish a Memorandum of
Understanding and Mutual Agreement.
Who We Are
Clifton M. Hasegawa & Associates, LLC specializes in project development and program
management for clients committed to photovoltaic renewable energy.
We provide innovative, knowledge-based solutions.
We embrace projects and programs of any size and any degree of complexity.
We provide a dynamic team approach designed to meet the needs, requirements and goals
of our clients.
We were founded in 1999 as Clifton M. Hasegawa & Associates, a sole proprietorship.
We became Clifton M. Hasegawa & Associates, LLC in 2004.
To be the resource of choice
To develop and to provide resources for photovoltaic projects and programs
To deliver innovative, knowledge-based eco-friendly solutions that:
a. Provide energy security
b. Minimizes our contribution to global climate change
c. Are accomplished in collaboration with environmental, community and cultural
groups and organizations
To devote and dedicate our very best to minimize risk, maximize success and
continually optimize to meet or exceed the expectations of our clients
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for the sale of the Alaskan Microwave System to RCA Alascom.
Advisor to Major General Gerald Prather, Commander, Air Force Communications
Command for environmental litigation.
Advisor to Major General Thomas Bruton, Judge Advocate General, Air Material Command
for Civil Reserve Air Fleet Mobilization.
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Advisor to Brigadier Jerome Landry, Commander, Defense Information Systems Agency,
Defense Commercial Communications Office for the development and implementation of
policies and procedures resulting from U.S. Department of Justice anti-trust lawsuit against
AT&T in 1974.
Advisor to Brigadier General Marsha Tamblyn, Commander, Defense Information
Technology Contracting Office for International Telecommunications Contracts.
Advisor to Lieutenant General Al Edmonds, Director, Defense Information Systems Agency
for telecommunications and computer procurements for DOD agencies, FAA and GSA.
Telecommunications / Information Technology Litigation Team. Appointed by Lieutenant
General Al Edmonds, Director, Defense Information Systems Agency, Washington, D.C.
Lieutenant Colonel (0-5), United States Air Force, Retired, May 2, 2009.
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
ROD AKAMINE, CPA
AKAMINE OYADAMORI & KOSAKI, INC.
KEONE BALL ( R )
CAROL BALL & ASSOCIATES REALTORS
JOE PAIKAI (R)
HAWAII REALTY ASSOCIATES, LLC
RAY KAMIKAWA, ESQ.
CHUN KERR DODD BEAMAN & WONG A LIMITED LIABILITY LAW PARTNERSHIP
INTERNATIONAL, MAINLAND, HAWAII
INDIVIDUAL INVESTORS, TRUSTS, ESTATES, INVESTMENT GROUPS
Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative
To partner with Hawaii and serve as a global
model for creating a sustainable, flexible, and
economically vibrant path to a
carbon-free energy future
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES (HEI)
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY (HECO)
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY --- (HELCO)
MAUI ELECTRIC COMPANY (MECO)
RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES
• PHOTOVOLTAIC (PV)
• WIND TURBINE
• HYBRID SYSTEM CONSISTING OF TWO OR MORE
PHOTOVOLTAIC RENEWABLE ENERGY
Sun Power of Schools
Hickam Air Force Base Photovoltaic (PV) System
Net Energy Metering Rate
Lahaina Civic Center
217 kW photovoltaic array on Archer Substation,
PHOTOVOLTAIC RENEWABLE ENERGY
The Basis of Our Commitment
PV produces clean, reliable, firm power.
PV production is during daylight hours.
Maui Electric Company system demand during peak and off-peak
hours is capable of integrating PV power.
Delivery of PV power to the Maui Electric system during peak and
off-peak hours requires mutual understanding, collaboration and
PV power will be a major part of transitioning to renewable energy.
THE UTILITY POWER GRID
• Written Agreement between utility,
Customer and System Owner
• Required if you generate electricity in
parallel with the utility
• Contains technical standards and other
requirements for the power generating unit
TYPES OF AGREEMENTS
• Net Energy Metering (NEM)
• Standard Interconnection Agreement
• Power Purchase Agreement
NET ENERGY METERING
• Renewable energy technology
• Systems less than 100 kW
• Excess energy can offset
• Renewable Energy Technology
• Systems >100 kW
• No energy efficiency rebate for pv
• State and Federal tax incentives
POWER PURCHASE AGREEMENT
• No restriction on technology
• No restriction on system size
• Sale of Energy to HECO
THE PHOTOVOLTAIC CONTRACTOR
• [E] engineering. electrical, mechanical.
• [P] procurement. obtains components.
insures system balance. (Balance Of System)
• [C] construction. installation.
• [M] management. provides follow-on.
Land whether privately owned or special purpose is the most
widely used platform for construction of a photovoltaic power
A land is becomingly ever increasingly scarce. New and
innovative ways need to be explored.
The major criteria to be met is provided in the following two
Island of Maui
0 2.5 5 10 Miles
This map was produced by the Office of
Planning (OP) for planning purposes.
It should not be used for boundary inter-
pretations or other spatial analysis beyond
the limitations of the data. Information
regarding compilation dates and accuracy of
the data presented can be obtained from OP.
ALISH (Agricultural Lands of Importance to the
State of Hawaii) - State Dept. of Agriculture, 1977.
Major Roads - USGS, 1983.
ENVIRONMENTAL, COMMUNITY AND
Our team has a global understanding, unwavering
commitment and deep reverence for our environment,
our diverse cultures and our heritage.
Change is a process of openness, understanding and
We have been involved in all phases of the process
including litigation at the State and Federal levels.
We will strive to address and resolve environmental,
community and cultural issues and concerns.
MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING AND
2. Requirements for connection
3. Proximity to substation
PV plant size
Designed to compliment Maui Electric Company system demand during
peak and off-peak hours
Power purchase rate
1. Peak and off-peak hours
2. Parameters for delivery of PV power
Other factors affecting power purchase
Maui Electric Company requirements
Our team is committed to work in stride with
Maui Electric Company to be a photovoltaic resource
actively and continually contributing to
Hawaiian Electric Company’s
Renewable Energy Portfolio Goals
Our team is committed to work in stride with
Maui Electric Company
in transitioning to renewable energy