Landmark MOU by California and Hawaii...

The 6th Annual Hawaii Energy Conference presented by Maui Economic Development Board kicked off today on the Valley Isle. The two-day conference attracted energy industry leaders from Hawaii, the Mainland, Japan and Europe to exchange ideas on how to better serve customers in the Islands’ rapidly changing energy environment. Among the highlights of today’s program […]

Countdown to the 6th Annual Hawaii En...

Governor David Ige will be featured among a number of key decision makers from throughout the nation at the 6th Annual Hawaii Energy Conference (HEC).  These leaders will exchange ideas on responding to the challenges associated with replacing fossil fuels with diverse and renewable energy resources. Governor Ige will join the panel Moving Away from […]

Energy Thought Leaders Headed to Hawa...

Energy leaders Hawaii Energy Conference

The bankruptcy of Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) in the aftermath of the devastating wildfires in California is changing long held beliefs in the utility sector. Taking action on this and other challenges demand vision and leadership. The Hawaii Energy Conference, March 27 & 28 on Maui, will host energy leaders who are responding to […]

Sunrun Co-Founder and Executive Chair...

Edward Fenster, Sunrun Co-Founder and Executive Chairman, will address the Hawaii Energy Conference on March 27, 2019. Asked to name his favorite thing by his preschool teacher Fenster replied without hesitation, “Electricity!” Therefore, it is not surprising that he now steers the largest dedicated residential solar, storage, and energy services company in the U.S., bringing […]

Maui Energy Conference is now the Haw...

The Maui Energy Conference returns to the Maui Arts Cultural Center March 27-28, 2019 with a new name. Maui Economic Development Board announced today that the conference would be renamed the Hawaii Energy Conference (HEC) to reflect what it has always been–the premier Energy Conference in Hawaii focused on statewide interests as seen through the […]

Revisit the Maui Energy Conference

The 2018 Maui Energy Conference celebrated the 5th Anniversary of the Maui Energy Conference and the 10th Anniversary of the Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative.
You can now view all the presentations and discussions here. Videos and Photos. Planning has begun for 2019 so stay tuned for conference dates and further announcements.

2018 Maui Energy Conference — Decarbo...

The Maui Energy Conference returned to the Maui Arts & Cultural Center March 14-15, 2018 to celebrate its 5th Anniversary and the 10th Anniversary of the Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative (HCEI). The conference began by discussing HCEI’s landmark effort and accomplishments, while the rest of the conference explored the challenges that remain. The event, presented […]

Media Coverage of the 2018 Maui Energ...

Rep Chris Lee Keynote Speaker

The Maui County Office of Economic Development and the Maui Economic Development Board wrapped up a successful 2018 Maui Energy Conference on March 15.  The Conference attracted 320 participants, 54 speakers and 18 sponsors &/or exhibitors from Hawaii, Continental U.S. and Japan. Below is a list of articles published by the press and other online sources. During […]

Maui Energy Conference – 5 Years Late...

Maui energy conference keynote

The Maui Energy Conference returns to the Maui Arts and Cultural Center on March 14-15, celebrating its Fifth Anniversary. Alice Madden, Executive Director of the Getches-Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources, Energy, and the Environment at Colorado Law and keynote speaker at the first Maui Energy Conference in 2014, will open this year’s second day with […]

This Changes Everything in Hawaii

In March, the Maui Energy Conference will be discussing the business opportunities created by efforts to decarbonize.  An extraordinary decision on February 6, 2018 by the Hawai’i Public Utilities Commission (PUC) shows why you need to attend if you are interested in the Hawaii energy scene.  According to the Hawaii PUC the issues relevant to […]

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