Company hires seasoned energy executive Harry Jackson to lead it on its goal of bringing 30 megawatts of clean energy to Hawaii.
December 17, 2012
HONOLULU, HI.— December 17, 2012
– Keahole Solar Power (“Keahole Solar”) a leader in utility- scale solar projects in Hawaii today announced the hiring of Harry Jackson as its new President. Mr. Jackson is a seasoned energy executive most recently holding the position of President at Ocean Engineering & Energy Systems, Inc. “OCEES” a clean energy firm focused on sea water district air conditioning and ocean thermal energy conversion.
Previously he was a Vice President and Asset Manager at Actus Lend Lease and prior to that served with the US Navy Pacific Fleet Command HQ. Mr. Jackson graduated from the United States Military Academy, West Point with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering.
“It is exciting to have Harry join the Keahole Solar team” said Edward Lui, member of the Board of Directors. “Harry’s experience of leading impressive company growth will help Keahole Solar continue to remain as a top developer of utility scaled solar projects in Hawaii.”
“This is an exciting opportunity and I’m looking forward to the challenge” said Jackson.
About Keahole Solar Power, LLC
Keahole Solar Power, LLC (Keahole Solar) is an independent clean energy company with three business units: KSP Development, KSP Generation and KSP Innovation. KSP Development is focused on the project development of micro-utility scaled solar farms in the 1-25 megawatt class. KSP Generation is an independent power producer that operates renewable energy assets. KSP Innovation developed proprietary thermal energy storage, solar plant controls, system operations and has ongoing activities in helping make its solar projects more efficient.
The company’s goal is to develop 30 megawatts of electric solar systems for Hawaii. 12 megawatts have been developed to date.