Welcome to Kahuku Wind

     Turbines:   12

     Capacity:   30 MW

     COD:          March 1, 2011

     Location:   Oahu, HI

Kahuku Wind is First Wind’s second project in Hawaii, and builds on Hawaii’s longstanding tradition of self-sufficiency by providing local, sustainable energy. Located on the North Shore of Oahu Hawai’i, Kahuku Wind is comprised of 12 wind turbines, with a total generating capacity of 30 MW. The project can produce enough power for up to 7,700 homes on Oahu. 

Like the Kaheawa wind energy facilities on Maui, the Kahuku project developed a Habitat Conservation Plan, which is designed to provide a net benefit to threatened and/or endangered native habitat at the project site. First Wind and project staff support the local community through charitable donations, volunteering, wind energy education and facility tours. The Kahuku Wind team continues to meet with community members, public officials, organizations, and institutions to discuss the benefits of wind energy for the state of Hawaii and to the Kahuku community. We welcome your participation in this dialogue.

Hu ka makani! The wind blows towards a sustainable future for our keiki!


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