Wind Energy in Hawaii
Find wind data and information in Hawaii, including maps, capacity, ordinances, and more in these areas:
Capacity & Generation
Installed Capacity 206 MW Source: American Wind Energy Association Market Report
MW Under Construction 0 MW Source: American Wind Energy Association Market ReportSource: U.S. Energy Information Administration's Open Data API, Electricity Net Generation.
U.S. Wind Turbine Database
The United States Wind Turbine Database (USWTDB) provides the locations of land-based and offshore wind turbines in the United States, corresponding wind project information, and turbine technical specifications. The creation of this database was jointly funded by the U.S. Department of Energy Wind Energy Technologies Office via the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Electricity Markets and Policy Group, the U.S. Geological Survey Energy Resources Program, and the American Wind Energy Association.
Wind Education & Training
Career training and projects at schools in Hawaii.
Wind for Schools Project Locations
Policies & Incentives
View current Hawaii renewable energy incentives on the DSIRE website.
Renewable Portfolio Standard
There are no wind ordinances in Hawaii.
See ordinances in other states or check the DSIRE database of federal and state renewable energy policies and incentives.
HI Cities with 100% Renewable Energy Commitments
- Hawaii has a statewide goal - 2045
WETO R&D Projects
To view a list of wind research and development projects in Hawaii funded by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Wind Energy Technologies Office, visit the Wind R&D Projects Map and select Hawaii from the dropdown menu.
Wind Turbine Component Manufacturers
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s Wind Prospector tool is a web-based Geographical Information System that supports resource assessment and data exploration for wind development. Wind Prospector includes a data layer dedicated to the locations of U.S. wind turbine and component manufacturing and supply chain facilities. Corporate headquarters, service facilities, material suppliers, R&D and logistics centers, and smaller component manufacturers (e.g., bolt manufacturers) are not included. The list of facilities included is not intended to be exhaustive.
Hawaii Offices & Organizations
The 25x’25 Alliance is dedicated to securing 25% of the nation’s energy needs from renewable sources by the year 2025.
Clean Energy Group is a leading national, nonprofit organization working on innovative policy, technology, and finance programs in the areas of clean energy and climate change. The group's projects concentrate on climate and clean energy issues at the state, national, and international levels and include stakeholders from governments and the private and nonprofit sectors. Clean Energy Group assists states to create and implement innovative practices and public funding programs for clean energy project deployment; creates networks of U.S. and international policy makers to address climate stabilization strategies; and advances effective distributed innovation theories, finance, and commercialization tools for new climate technologies.
The Hawaii Natural Energy Institute develops, tests, and evaluates renewable energy technologies as a research unit of the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, University of Hawai'i at Manoa. The Institute leverages its in-house work with public-private partnerships to demonstrate real-world operations and enable integration of emerging technologies into the energy mix.
Hawaii has a bold energy agenda: to achieve 100% clean energy by the year 2045. Learn more about its renewable future.