A 12-acre brownfield site in Campbell Industrial Park was repurposed into a solar farm to produce clean, non-polluting energy, and at the same time protect the integrity of the protective cap over the site. The EPA blessed the project, and the Company, with the help of project partners, built the Kapolei Sustainable Energy Park.
The site was commissioned in 2011. The massive array of more than 4,200 solar panels has the capacity to generate 1.18 megawatts of clean, renewable solar energy equivalent to the electricity needed to power 150 to 250 homes a year. The Hawaiian Electric Company agreed to purchase the electricity generated by the park.