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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.

“That just doesn’t sit well with me,” he says. “I want us to not only not be the number one problem, but I want us to be the number one solution.”

With revenues of nearly $10 billion, the New Jersey-based utility is on the Fortune 500 list of the biggest companies in America. Founded in 1903 as the Public Service Electric and Gas Company, PSEG has had a history of serving the public in its 115-year history. Izzo is carrying on the public service tradition by closing the company’s coal burning plants and investing in solar energy and wind power.

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On Wednesday, December 8 at 6:00 p.m., Kalaeloa Partners LP will hold a virtual community meeting to highlight KPLP's facility, operations and benefits to Oahu's electrical grid, as well as the upcoming renewal of its power purchasing agreement (PPA) with Hawaiian Electric Company. Register For The Meeting
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Public Community Meeting:

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8 at 6:00 p.m.

Kalaeloa Partners LP will hold a virtual community meeting to highlight KPLP's facility, operations and benefits to Oahu's electrical grid, as well as the upcoming renewal of its power purchasing agreement (PPA) with Hawaiian Electric Company. The meeting will inform members of surrounding communities, the public and stakeholders about KPLP’s power generation facility in the Campbell Industrial Park, and its operations and benefits from providing electricity to Oahu’s consumers, as well as the proposed renewal of its amended and restated power purchase agreement (ARPPA) with Hawaiian Electric Company (HECO). This meeting is a continuing series of community briefings to inform the surrounding communities and the public and provide an opportunity for questions and input from the community, including neighboring business.