Trick or Treat: Local Snack Company Goes Solar

Sunetric installs 113 kW System at Wholesale Unlimited, Inc. <br/><br/> Waipahu, HI – – Wholesale Unlimited Inc., famous for its crack seed and Li Hing treats, has a new trick up its sleeve.  Just in time for Halloween, the local snack food company is switching to solar energy with the help of Sunetric, the…read more

Innovative Company of the Year Finalist – PBN

Sunetric uses technology to harness the sun <br/> Premium content from Pacific Business News – by Sophie Cocke<br/><br/> Sunetric CEO Alex Tiller, second from right, watches as warehouse employees, from left, Ransen Kaanoi, Jason Crimmings and Kevin Sustello prepare a solar panel. The company does its own installations, financing and service. <br/><br/> More than 2,000…read more

SunRun Wins Department of Energy’s 2010 Green Power Leadership Award

SAN FRANCISCO – (Business Wire) SunRun, the nation’s leading home solar company, has received a 2010 Green Power Leadership Award from the Department of Energy (DOE) for its clean and affordable solar power service. A superior alternative to the utility, SunRun allows homeowners to go solar for as little as $0 down and accelerates job…read more

Kona Brewing Blesses Solar Project, Taps Into Sun’s Energy

Kailua-Kona, Hawaii’s Big Island — Kona Brewing Company recently announced its 229 kW solar energy generating system at its Kailua-Kona brewery and pub on Hawaii’s Big Island is fully operational. The brewery held a private blessing of the system with partner solar energy contractor Sunetric on Monday, October 18. Kumu Keala Ching provided the blessing,…read more

Sunetric and Blue Planet Foundation Call for Global Change

Community Work Day 10/10/10 Sends Environmental Message in Sweat Honolulu, HI – and – Sunetric, Hawaii’s largest locally owned and operated solar company, has been selected as one of the Blue Planet Foundation’s 10 organizations to (T)each (E)nergy (N)ow. On the auspicious date of 10/10/10, the Blue Planet Foundation and ten partners from…read more

Shortage of solar and PV parts could affect Hawaii projects

Premium content from Pacific Business News – by Sophie Cocke<br/><br/>Date: Monday, October 4, 2010, 12:00am HST – Last Modified: Thursday, September 30, 2010, 8:46pm HST<br/><br/> A spike in local demand for photovoltaic systems and an increasingly tight global market for parts has left some solar companies in Hawaii scrambling to fill orders.<br/><br/> “There’s shortages of…read more

Sunetric Announces New Personnel

Honolulu, HI  – <a href="" target="_blank"></a> – Sunetric, Hawaii’s largest locally owned and operated solar company, has announced staff promotions and new hires as follows:<br/><br/><strong>Tammy Berger</strong>:  Tammy has joined Sunetric as the Director of Human Resources.  Prior to joining Sunetric, she worked in the Human Resources Department for Home Depot on Kauai.  Prior to then,…read more