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Nā Pua Makani is a wind energy project in Kahuku that will harness the plentiful wind resources of Oʻahu’s North Shore and convert it into renewable, sustainable energy for the island.

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Low-Cost

One of the low-cost electricity resources in the state, Nā Pua Makani will play a key role in the deployment of renewable energy sources.

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Renewable

The renewable energy resources provided by Nā Pua Makani will play a vital role in Hawai‘i’s mission of 100% renewable energy by 2045.

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AES is a leader in renewable energy.

AES has proudly served the people of Hawai‘i since 1991. Its renewable energy projects on Hawai‘i Island, Maui, Kaua‘i and O‘ahu produce and store for future use more than 170 MW to power homes. These projects are helping Hawai‘i achieve its goal to power the state with 100% renewable energy by 2045.

Nā Pua Makani is a wind energy project with 8 wind turbines near the town of Kahuku on Oʻahu’s North Shore.

One of the low-cost electricity resources in the state of Hawai‘i, the locally-produced power from Nā Pua Makani contributes to Hawai‘i’s energy security by reducing the state’s reliance on expensive, imported fossil fuels.

Nā Pua Makani is projected to produce 24 megawatts of wind energy – enough to power up to 16,000 homes and reduce CO2 emissions by up to 70,000 tons each year.

As Nā Pua Makani is currently an active construction site, at this time we are not permitting any visitors on site. We thank you in advance for respecting this rule so we may continue ensuring the safety of all our personnel and the general public.

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