Comment on Kalaeloa Solar Project by 8/7/17

(Source: Kathryn Mykleseth, “Input sought on proposed Kalaeloa solar project,” Star-Advertiser, 7/10/17.

PUBLIC COMMENTS

Comments are due by Aug. 7 and should be sent to the Hawaii Community Development Authority, Aloha Solar Energy Fund II and Group 70 International Inc.:

Jesse Souki, HCDA executive director

Michael Stout, Aloha Solar Energy Fund II project manager

  • Email: mstout@ecc.net
  • Traditional mail: 2969 Mapunapuna Place, Suite 220, Honolulu, HI 96819

Jeff Overton, Group 70 International principal planner

  • Email: ASEF@g70.design
  • Traditional mail: 925 Bethel St., 5th Floor, Honolulu, HI 96813

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Kathryn Mykleseth, “Input sought on proposed Kalaeloa solar project,” Star-Advertiser, 7/10/17.

The state has opened up a public comment period for a solar project set to be built in Kalaeloa near Hawaiian cultural sites.

The Office of Environmental Quality Control released an environmental assessment draft for the solar project Saturday, requesting the public submit comments on the proposed project by Aug. 7.

Aloha Solar Energy Fund II, a subsidiary of Burlingame, Calif.-based ECC Energy Solutions, wants to build a 5-megawatt solar farm on roughly 24 acres.    Continue reading