A total of 14 businesses, venues and events were recognized today for undertaking energy efficiency and sustainable business practices that will help their bottom line while advancing Hawai‘i’s clean energy and sustainability goals.
Gov. David Ige and first lady Dawn Amano-Ige praised the awardees for their commitment to conserving energy and water, reducing waste, and protecting Hawai‘i’s environment. “It is an honor to present these awards that recognize the commitment and hard work done by businesses and organizations to make Hawai‘i more sustainable,” said Ige. “Not only do their achievements keep utility costs down and create a more sustainable environment for them individually as businesses, they also are collectively contributing to Hawai‘i’s clean energy goals.”
“It is important that we all work together to build a clean and sustainable Hawai‘i, not only for us on this forum, but for future generations. The Hawai‘i Green Business Program is one aspect of this important effort in achieving our goals,” added Amano-Ige.
“As we enter into the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, we remain acutely aware of how vulnerable Hawai‘i is to things like volatile fuel and electricity prices, energy supply disruptions, rising sea levels and threats to our fragile ecosystem,” said Hawai‘i Chief Energy Officer, Scott Glenn. “The Hawai‘i Green Business Program helps address these issues by creating a profitable public–private partnership between business, government and a concerned public.”
The honorees of this year’s Hawaii Green Business Program Awards are:
In the Hotel and Resort category:
● Kings’ Land by Hilton Grand Vacations | PDF
● Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort | PDF
● Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort | PDF
● OHANA Waikiki East by Outrigger | PDF
● Waikiki Malia by Outrigger | PDF
● Waikiki Beachcomber by Outrigger | PDF
● The Westin Nanea Ocean Villas | PDF | Video
● The Volcano House | PDF
● Prince Waikiki | PDF | Video