The Hawaii Solar Energy Association is a non-profit organization founded in 1977, made up of installers, distributors, manufacturers, auditors, and financiers of solar water heating and photovoltaic systems, most of them locally owned and operated!
The HSEA strives to be the voice of solar in Hawaii, and they work directly with the utility companies, the government, and the community to create jobs in the green economy, save homeowners money, and save the environment. (Learn more about the HSEA.)
On March 4, the HSEA announced a new board of directors for this year. Our own special projects manager Gabriel Chong was elected president of the board.
“I’m honored that HSEA members have placed their trust and confidence in this new board, which includes a mix of past officers and directors who have been instrumental in advancing the solar industry in Hawaii along with new board members who will bring a fresh perspective and approach going forward,” added incoming president Gabriel Chong.
We are proud of him and excited for the year ahead. For additional information on the HSEA, the board of directors, or to become a member of the Hawaii Solar Energy Association, visit hsea.org.