“Flyers Energy and Pacific Power Renewables are proud to have financed and developed this significant solar installation. Thanks to a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with MECO, Maui will enjoy clean electricity generation with no upfront capital expenditures,” noted Alan Breeze, Finance Manager for Flyers Energy.
“Working with MECO, Flyers Energy, Solaria and its partners, Pacific Power Renewables has built an emissions-free solar power plant that will serve this region well,” said David Dwelle, President of Pacific Power Renewables. “We applaud MECO and Maui officials for their vision in working with us on this milestone solar installation, which demonstrates that solar makes good financial sense for utility customers today.”
“We’re excited that the BioReal project partners selected Solaria’s technology to expand the use of solar power Hawaii,” said Solaria CEO Dan Shugar. “Hawaii has been a visionary in solar deployment and in harnessing smart renewable energy solutions.