The highly anticipated website for HOST Park, Hawaii’s premier hub for research and development in renewable energy and ocean science and technology, is officially live. This user-friendly platform is your ...
Read More HOST Park Unveiled: Dive into an Ocean of Innovation Online

NELHA has received an award from the US Department of Energy to utilize the existing 4 acre CSP array to provide heat for a forward osmosis project. The project plans ...
Read More NELHA Receives M Federal Funding for Forward Osmosis Desalination Project

The NELHA Board gave a preliminary approval for Edisun Heliostats project at NELHA. Some details are provided in this West Hawaii Today article. Conceptual diagram for the technology below is ...
Read More Edisun Heliostats obtains Approval-in-Concept from NELHA Board for energy project

Today’s edition (September 18, 2015) of  PBN’s “On Energy by Duane Shimogawa” talks about partnership between Japan and US to attract financial support to realize 1 MW plant at NELHA.

Highlight on OTEC in August 2015

Posted on Sep 4, 2015 in Main, OTEC

Kona was the place to be for OTEC in August 2015. If you weren’t here, you can catch up on developments through West Hawaii Today,  Star Advertiser, Scientific American, Energy Harvesting ...
Read More Highlight on OTEC in August 2015

HNEI has commissioned a high pressure fast fill hydrogen fueling station which is now certified for unattended operation at the Marine Corps Base Hawai’i (MCBH), Kaneohe Bay.

Check out today’s press release for the latest news on NELHA’s energy storage project as well as the articles by Pacific Business News,  West Hawaii Today and Smart Grid News. The Aquion battery ...
Read More Progress made on NELHA’s energy storage initiative

Tribute to Dr. John Craven

Posted on Mar 3, 2015 in OTEC

Dr. John P. Craven, one of the founders of NELHA, recently died on February 12, 2015. Pioneer and innovator, Dr. Craven not only shaped NELHA into what it is now, but ...
Read More Tribute to Dr. John Craven

Cellana receives $3.5M from DOE

Posted on Jul 29, 2014 in Energy

Cellana receives new grant amounting to $3.5M for further biofuels research.

Cellana has entered into an agreement with Galil Algae Cooperative Agriculture Society Limited with the objective of partnering for the production of high-value algae products for aquaculture applications.