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Kalaeloa Partners Responds to Community Needs during COVID-19 Crisis

11.14.20

Kalaeloa Partners Responds to Community Needs during COVID-19 Crisis

In response to the rise in basic needs in our community, Kalaeloa Partners has committed to providing a $150,000 donation to the Hawaii Foodbank this year. Ron Mizutani, the president and CEO of the Hawaii Foodbank, in response to Kalaeloa’s commitment, said, “Mahalo nui loa for your incredibly generous donation. We are grateful for the […]

Donors help pave the way for student success

09.18.19

Donors help pave the way for student success

Kalaeloa supports the University of Hawaii Foundation scholarship fund for students at both Leeward Community College and University of Hawaii-West Oahu. At a lunch for donors at UH-West Oahu, scholarship recipients and donors had an opportunity to thank those who are making life-changing contributions to their education.

PSEG Utility CEO on Climate Change: “I Want Us To Be The Number One Solution”

04.18.19

PSEG Utility CEO on Climate Change: “I Want Us To Be The Number One Solution”

Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) is the managing partner of Kalaeloa Partners. In an interview with Fortune magazine, PSEG Chief Executive Officer Ralph Izzo spoke about how modern utilities can mitigate climate change. As Fortune reports, “Ralph Izzo wants to be known as a clean energy leader. A scientist by background, he’s been a big believer in climate change throughout his career. As the CEO of PSEG, one of the nation’s largest utilities, he is dedicated to reversing the industry’s bad reputation for emitting harmful gases into the environment…”