Colorado’s Arion Energy to develop several solar energy projects across Hawaii

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Arion Energy LLC, a Colorado-based developer of wind, solar and biogas projects throughout the United States and Canada, has plans to develop 21 solar projects in Hawaii totaling nearly 7 megawatts of power, the head of the company confirmed to PBN Friday.

The Greenwood Village company, which has an office in Honolulu at 410 Atkinson Drive, has filed several new businesses for each of the commercial and industrial solar projects, according to public records.

“We are working on a whole bunch of commercial and industrial projects,” Nick Azari, president and CEO of Arion Energy, told PBN. “We are finalizing these deals.”

Each project is between 100 kilowatts and 400 kilowatts, mainly located on Oahu, Kauai and Maui.

“We already have done a couple of commercial projects in Hawaii,” Azari said. “We are just trying to do our share of greening the planet.”

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