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Kalaeloa Partners LP Announces $100,000 Donation To Support The Maui Community Impacted By Wildfires

KAPOLEI – Kalaeloa Partners LP, an independent power producer located in the James Campbell Industrial Park on Oʻahu, has donated $100,000 to the American Red Cross – Hawaiʻi to aid in relief efforts following the devastating fires on Maui.

“We are deeply saddened by the devastation caused by the fires on Maui and our hearts go out to all the families and businesses impacted,” said Jeffrey Walsh, General Manager of Kalaeloa Partners LP. “We believe in standing together as a community during these challenging times and offering our aloha and support. The American Red Cross – Hawaiʻi plays a crucial role in providing relief and aid to those affected, and we are proud to contribute to their efforts.”

The donation from Kalaeloa Partners LP will be utilized by the American Red Cross – Hawaiʻi to provide essential support, including emergency shelter, food, water, medical assistance, and other services for those directly impacted by the fires.

“Right now, our primary focus is on helping the individuals affected by this devastating tragedy on Maui,” said Diane Peters-Nguyen, CEO of the American Red Cross – Pacific Islands Region. “We extend our heartfelt appreciation to Kalaeloa Partners for their donation, which will assist our organization in ensuring that residents receive the necessary care to aid in their recovery.”

Over the past five years, Kalaeloa Partners LP has donated more than $200,000 to the American Red Cross – Hawaiʻi, showcasing their ongoing commitment to helping the community through the organization’s important work.

Kalaeloa Partners LP is a model of a reliable, efficient electric power plant serving Oʻahu.

Its plant was built in 1989 and designed to produce 180 megawatts of firm capacity and energy. In 1991, it began commercial operation as a combined-cycle co-generation plant using low sulfur fuel oil to produce electricity delivered to HECO and process steam provided to the oil refinery. In 2004, the facility was enhanced and now delivers up to 208 MW of power each day to Oʻahu’s electrical grid, enough to provide energy to over 200,000 homes and businesses.

The Kalaeloa Partners LP facility is located in the Campbell Industrial Park on the Island of Oʻahu, 25 miles west of downtown Honolulu.

Kalaeloa Partners LP is owned by infrastructure funds sponsored and managed by Harbert Management Corporation (HMC). HMC, through its funds, has been part of the ownership of KPLP since 1997 and has owned power generation facilities throughout the U.S. since 1986.

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