Hawaii Installers Excited about Solar Commitment from Hawaii Schools

Posted on Thursday, November 08, 2012

By: Amanda H Miller 

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HSEA Executive Director, Leslie Cole-Brooks, comments on Solar Permit Fees

Posted on Friday, October 19, 2012

 

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HSEA Executive Director Explains the Benefits of Solar to Hawaii's Economy

Posted on Sunday, September 30, 2012

Tax incentives sustain solar jobs, incentivize use and boost green policy 

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Rein in Solar Tax Incentives

Posted on Monday, September 10, 2012

State legislators were warned in their past session that generous tax credits for installation of solar systems would reduce the state's revenue far beyond what had been expected but took no action to adjust them. The warning bells now are loud and clear: The Legislature should revisit the issue in its coming session in response to a forecast that the state's tax revenue would be crippled in its attempt at economic recovery. 

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HSEA Comments On MECO's 15 Percent Solar Threshold

Posted on Thursday, July 05, 2012
Hawaii has always been the perfect landscape for introducing renewable energy products; whether wind or solar, Hawaii has a sustainable future ahead. However, there seem to be some road blocks amiss on our (Hawaii's) journey to energy independence. 

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Hawaii Solar Energy Association Proud to Release New Website!

Posted on Monday, June 25, 2012

The Hawaii Solar Energy Association (HSEA) is proud to announce it's new website. The HSEA has been working diligently to create a website that is easy to use for everyone in the State of Hawaii. Homeowners and Businesses can now rely on a single location to find useful information for their homes and businesses as well as find HSEA Approved contractors and vendors. 

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HSEA's Executive Director Responds to Negative Solar Industry Criticism

Posted on Monday, June 25, 2012

The Hawaii Solar Energy Association's own Leslie Cole-Brooks has responded to a negative comment in the Star Advertiser's "Letter to the Editor" section. In there, Paul Brubaker, a past economist for the Bank of Hawaii, issues unwarranted negative criticism on the Solar Industry despite the economic study provided by Dr. Tom Loudat, which you can read from the link below: 

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