Protecting Oahu's Leeward Coast
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Community Benefits Program
The Campbell Industrial Park Generating Station is a 110-megawatt generator designed to be fueled exclusively with 100 percent, renewable biodiesel. In approving Hawaiian Electric's application to build the plant, the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission also approved a Community Benefits Program for the people in the neighborhood of the plant located on Oahu's Leeward coast. For more information about the Community Benefits Program, read the application for the program. You may view our recent West Oahu report:
Air Quality Monitoring Program
As part of the Community Benefits Program, Hawaiian Electric installed three air quality monitoring stations at Waianae, Lualualei and Makakilo to measure the daily air quality index. Learn more about our air quality monitoring program at www.westoahuair.com.
Fish Monitoring Program
Hawaiian Electric also reinstated a fish monitoring program along the Leeward Coast of Oahu to track changes in fish communities and populations. See current and past results of the Reef Fish Monitoring Project and Summary of 2017 Fish Monitoring Results.