Pacific Energy Solutions, LLC (PES) has received a US$334 million contract with the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Pacific to develop, built, own and operate PV plants at military bases in Hawaii.
Some of the projects that will be constructed under the Navy contract include three rooftop and one ground-mounted system at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, six rooftop and two elevated PV structures at Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe, Hawaii and one rooftop and elevated PV installation at Camp Smith, Aiea, Hawaii.
All of these projects, which are located on the island of Oahu, are set to be completed by 2040.
Don O’Shei, chairman of the board at Pacific Energy Solutions, said: “PES was ideally suited to pursue this kind of contract. We have the right mix of development, financing, engineering, and construction capabilities and experience in renewable energy, Federal experience with NAVFAC Pacific, and Hawaii-based resources. We are pleased that NAVFAC recognized our strengths and selected us as a trusted partner.”