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  • Hawaiian Electric's Clean Energy Fair - Kahala Mall, near Macy's

  • Type: Special Event
    Date: Saturday - 10/5/2013
    Time: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Kahala Mall
    4211 Waialae Avenue
    Honolulu, Hawaii 96816
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When: Saturday, October 5, 2013; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Where: Kahala Mall, near Macy's

Why: The event is a kick-off for Energy Awareness Month in October and celebrates the efforts and accomplishments by many organizations across the state to pursue a sustainable, clean energy future for Hawaii.

Featuring: Na Hoku Hanohano award winning artist Weldon Kekauoha; keiki hula performance by Ka Hale I o Kahala Halau; special performance by Mad Science Hawaii; energy-related booths, games and prizes; an electric vehicle display; a Hawaiian Electric job booth; and much more!

Activities include:

Energy displays, games & prizes

Keiki performance by Ka Hale I o Kahala Halau Hula

Electric Vehicle display

Hawaiian Electric job booth

Interactive exhibits by Hawaii Nature Center and the Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism, Board of Water Supply, Hawaii Gas, and Hawaii Energy

Support a sustainable, clean energy future for Hawaii!


10:15 a.m.:

Mad Science Hawaii featuring Electric Ed

12:00 p.m.:

Weldon Kekauoha

1:30 p.m.:

Ka Hale I o Kahala Halau

Games & Prizes

10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12:45 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 2:50 p.m. (Grand Prize drawing). To enter the drawing, pick up an Energy Passport.

Sponsors: Hawaiian Electric Company; Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism; and Hawaii Nature Center

Audiences: All ages

Cost: Free

Come celebrate our community's efforts to pave the way for a sustainable, clean energy future for our state at Hawaiian Electric's 10th annual Clean Energy Fair. The event, which kicks off Energy Awareness Month, will be held Saturday, Oct. 5, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Kahala Mall near Macy's. The fair is co-sponsored by the Hawaii Nature Center and the Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism.

This year's featured guest entertainers are Na Hoku Hanohano award-winning artist Weldon Kekauoha and Electric Ed of Mad Science Hawaii.

"This family event is an opportunity for everyone to learn more about energy efficiency and how we can all do our part to care for our island's precious resources. This year, we brought the event to east Honolulu to spread our clean energy message across the island," said Liane Lum, education and consumer affairs administrator at Hawaiian Electric.

The Clean Energy Fair brings together organizations and businesses involved in resource conservation, energy efficiency and clean energy initiatives. The free event offers the public the opportunity to learn about renewable energy, electric vehicles, solar installations, and energy rebates.

"We're excited to be a part of event that promotes conservation and sustainability," said Pauline Kawamata, volunteer program manager at the Hawaii Nature Center. "Those who stop by our booth can look forward to making sailing canoes from and learn how Hawaiians used wind energy to power their sailing canoes in the past."

The festivities will open with a performance by Electric Ed of Mad Science Hawaii at 10:15 a.m. At noon, Weldon Kekauoha takes the stage to perform songs from his solo albums. The entertainment ends with a special keiki hula performance at 1:30 p.m. by Ka Hale I o Kahala Halau.

Energy games and contests will be held between the live music performances, including prize drawings for an Apple iPad mini™ and a portable solar-powered generator. To enter the drawings, pick up an Energy Passport at any fair booth, visit all the booths -- including the electric vehicle display -- for a stamp, and drop the completed passport in the entry box at Hawaiian Electric's booth. Participants must be 18 years or older to qualify.

Hawaiian Electric will also have a job booth highlighting available career opportunities at the company. Company representatives will be available throughout the day to answer questions from job seekers.

Interactive exhibits by Hawaii Nature Center and the Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism, as well as Board of Water Supply, Hawaii Gas, and Hawaii Energy, round out the event. For more information on the Clean Energy Fair, call 543-7511 or visit

For more than 100 years, Hawaiian Electric Company has provided the energy that has fueled the islands' development from a Hawaiian kingdom to a modern state. Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc. (HECO), and its subsidiaries, Maui Electric Company, Ltd. (MECO), and Hawaii Electric Light Company, Inc. (HELCO), serves 95% of the state's 1.2 million residents on the islands of O`ahu, Maui, Hawai`i Island, Lana`i and Moloka`i.

The energy we use is an essential but limited resource necessary to maintaining our quality of life. In a changing world, Hawaiian Electric has evolved to offer more than electricity.

Today, the company also provides energy solutions to help customers save money and use energy more efficiently. Hawaiian Electric also continues to pursue the use of more clean, renewable energy alternatives to help ensure a sustainable future for our islands.


Hawaiian Electric Company is dedicated to our community in which we live, work and serve. Rooted in Hawaii and one of the largest companies in the State, Hawaiian Electric takes the concept of malama pono -- to care for and serve -- to heart. The company and our employees have a long tradition of contributing with dollars, time and talent. Corporate citizenship is crucial to Hawaiian Electric's overall business plan because strong communities are essential to the success of the company, our employees and our customers.

Company and employee volunteerism is encouraged and every month, employees walk, run or provide manpower to dozens of non-profits throughout the State. Hawaiian Electric's corporate giving philosophy gives priority to projects that help families, promote education and protect the environment.

The company also sponsors robotics programs and events that promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) education, as well as the SunPower for Schools program bringing solar electric power to select schools, the Solar Sprint event where students design, build and race cars using solar power, and the Home Energy Challenge, a school-based competition encouraging elementary school students and their families to reduce energy use at home, among other programs.

For nearly a decade, Hawaiian Electric volunteers have provided manpower, bucket trucks and ladders to install Christmas lights at the Kaimuki Community Park and playground before the annual Kaimuki Christmas Parade in December.

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