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NELHA has announced that a consortium conceived and coordinated by the Hawaiʻi Natural Energy Institute (HNEI) at University of Hawaiʻi (UH) Manoa consisting of  the Korea Institute of Energy Technology Evaluation and Planning (KETEP), Encored, LG Electronics, Coast Energy Capital Fund, University of Hawaiʻi, Seoul National University, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, and NELHA ...
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NELHA recently announced a new solar project at NELHA. In late 2020, LightManufacturing Inc. quickly deployed an outdoor containerized factory that produces large durable plastic products such as tanks from 100% solar power provided by heliostats. The system allows to build items that are typically shipped to the islands from an off grid plant that ...
Read More A solar-powered factory starts operations at NELHA

The County of Hawaiʻi’s Office of the Mayor hosted a free virtual Sustainability Summit on March 4th & 5th, 2021 with the intent of bringing bright minds together to explore and share sustainable ideas and solutions, and to celebrate individuals and collaborative sustainability efforts currently happening in Hawaiʻi County. The key note presentations took place at ...
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The UH Ike Wai project has made some fascinating discoveries regarding the aquifer system in West Hawaii which may have important implications for fresh water management in the area as well as on other volcanic islands. A new conceptual model of the aquifer system showing that twice as much water than previously thought might be ...
Read More Hidden groundwater pathways in West Hawaii

Last Chance to Win $50K and Compete in the Solar Prize Round 4 The American-Made Solar Prize Round 4 is still accepting applications from U.S.-based students, entrepreneurs, and other solar industry professionals for a chance at $50,000. As a competitor, you will develop critical partnerships with national labs and other members of the American-Made Network ...
Read More Last Chance to Win K and Compete in the Solar Prize Round 4

If anyone knows how reliably produce low cost Oxygen for commercial aquaculture from solar, please reach out to us! The COVID pandemic has highlighted weaknesses in the supply chain for oxygen. And we think NELHA would be a great demonstration site for solar power technology to produce this important commodity. We also think the American ...
Read More Looking for innovative ideas to produce industrial grade O2 using solar at NELHA

We are excited to share that Pacific Hybreed, after a few months construction and despite COVID 19, has started operations at its new biosecure breeding station at NELHA. The hatchery will produce Kumamoto oysters and rock scallops. Pacific Hybreed is also part of a NOAA funded project to develop genetic markers for resistance to the ...
Read More Pacific Hybreed starts operations at its NELHA biosecure breeding station

Below are some links to some recent interesting reports on the future and possible benefits of aquaculture. Scenarios for global aquaculture and its role in human nutrition Benefits and costs of a sustainable ocean economy Meanwhile, congratulations to Ocean Era at NELHA on cracking the problem of having to feed fish to fish! This is ...
Read More The future of aquaculture in times of COVID 19

NELHA is still in the lead for the Solar Prize 4 ACCELerator Challenge for Connectors with 29 points… But we are even more interested in helping teams win the solar prize 4! Need to assemble a team? No worries, check the community page. Need a demonstration site? No worries, NELHA has one. But really, to ...
Read More NELHA is in the lead for the AMC Solar 4 Prize Accelerator Challenge

NELHA is now a Connector for the US Department of Energy American-Made Challenges which aims to accelerate US domestic energy and global business opportunities. There are various challenges out at the moment with millions worth in prizes including challenges for geothermal manufacturing, hydro, waves, and solar. The solar challenge (which started the program) is in ...
Read More US Department of Energy American-Made Challenges

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