Sponsorship & Exhibition

Sponsorship opportunities are available for companies seeking maximum exposure among participants. Choose your level of support, or let us customize a level to suit your marketing goals.  Exhibit spaces are available for conference sponsors to display products and services, and hands on demonstrations involving new technologies, and further promote your organization.  Space is limited.  Sign-up Today!

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(Updated 12-20-2018)

Carbon Lighthouse - HEC sponsor CARBON LIGHTHOUSE is on a mission to stop climate change by making it easy and profitable for building owners to eliminate carbon emissions caused by wasted energy. The company’s unique approach to Efficiency Production goes deep into buildings to uncover and continuously correct hidden inefficiencies that add up to meaningful financial value and carbon elimination that lasts.
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Ulupono Initiative HEC sponsor ULUPONO INITIATIVE is a Hawaii-focused impact investing firm that uses for-profit and non-profit investments to improve the quality of life for island residents in three areas: locally produced food; renewable energy; and waste reduction.
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County of Maui, Hawaii Energy Conference The government of the COUNTY OF MAUI, encompasses the islands of Kaho`olawe, Lana`i, Maui and Moloka`i, in the State of Hawai`i, USA with a mission to promote and nurture sustainable economic development within Maui County consistent with the community’s needs and priorities. Support for the Hawaii Energy Conference comes through the County’s Office of Economic Development which works in partnership with the community, business and government sectors to strengthen and diversify the economy by supporting existing businesses, and by assisting in the attraction, development and expansion of new businesses.
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Sempra Renewables Hawaii Energy Conference Together with affiliates and joint-venture partners, SEMPRA RENEWABLES own and operate nearly 2,400 megawatts (MW) of renewable generating capacity* fueled by the sun and wind, that generate power for nearly 600,000 homes and businesses. Their more than $3 billion investment in clean energy has created about 4,000 jobs, while providing an economic boost to communities and landowners in 11 states. An experienced team uses a combination of rigorous analysis, internal expertise, and external collaboration to architect new and creative solutions to complex energy problems.  Subsidiary of SEMPRA ENERGY, a Fortune 500 energy services holding company, based in San Diego, Calif., with 17,000 employees.
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Pika Energy - HEC Sponsor PIKA ENERGY is accelerating the world’s transition to clean energy by building products that make it simple and efficient to store solar power. We offer a seamless energy platform, the Pika Energy Island™, which connects solar and storage to your home and the grid. Our system intelligently allows home and business owners to capture, store, and utilize more solar energy on-site; offering protection from rising and changing energy costs and grid disruptions.
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Maui Arts & Cultural Center
One Cameron Way
Kahului, HI 96732 (see map)