Kalaeloa Renewable Energy Park (KREP)

'Ewa, Hawai'i

Completed

2013

When developed, the 5-megawatt KREP solar array with 21,000 photovoltaic panels on a 20 acre site, was one of Hawai‘i’s largest operating solar energy generating facilities. Belt Collins supported the site planning and concept design and subsequently completed design documents and facilitated approvals for project construction.

Belt Collins assessed site constraints along with access and access control requirements for the 5-megawatt AC solar array installed within the Kalaeloa Community Development District. When developed, KREP was one of Hawai‘i’s largest operating solar energy generating facilities in Hawai‘i. Design of the KREP facility, having 21,000 photovoltaic panels on a 20 acre site, required coordination with Scatec Solar North America, Inc., Hawai‘i Community Development Authority (the area zoning authority), and Hawaiian Electric Company (HECO) to establish an overhead power line alignment from the site to the HECO grid. Design of site drainage facilities, perimeter road and fencing, and processing of approvals for the site improvements were also provided including the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit for construction storm water discharges. NPDES compliance monitoring was also provided throughout the construction.

When developed, the 5-megawatt KREP solar array with 21,000 photovoltaic panels on a 20 acre site, was one of Hawai‘i’s largest operating solar energy generating facilities. Belt Collins supported the site planning and concept design and subsequently completed design documents and facilitated approvals for project construction.

Belt Collins assessed site constraints along with access and access control requirements for the 5-megawatt AC solar array installed within the Kalaeloa Community Development District. When developed, KREP was one of Hawai‘i’s largest operating solar energy generating facilities in Hawai‘i. Design of the KREP facility, having 21,000 photovoltaic panels on a 20 acre site, required coordination with Scatec Solar North America, Inc., Hawai‘i Community Development Authority (the area zoning authority), and Hawaiian Electric Company (HECO) to establish an overhead power line alignment from the site to the HECO grid. Design of site drainage facilities, perimeter road and fencing, and processing of approvals for the site improvements were also provided including the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit for construction storm water discharges. NPDES compliance monitoring was also provided throughout the construction.

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