Hickam Federal Credit Union has completed a year-long green energy initiative by installing a rooftop solar system on our 32,000-square-foot Pearl City Branch Headquarters. The 287-panel solar system is expected to generate approximately 185 megawatt hours of energy per year, significantly reducing our reliance on traditional energy sources. In addition, the green energy initiative aligns with Hickam FCU's commitment to sustainability and reducing our carbon footprint.
"We are thankful to the community partners who worked with us to make this initiative a reality and are proud to help the State of Hawaii inch closer to their renewal energy goals," says Scott Kaulukukui, President and CEO of Hickam FCU.
By transitioning to renewable energy, Hickam FCU is demonstrating not only our dedication to the environment but also our commitment to providing better value and benefits to members. The cost savings from reduced energy usage will allow the credit union to allocate more resources towards enhancing member experiences and offering competitive products and services. This initiative showcases our holistic approach to sustainability and member satisfaction.
Figures are approximate estimates.
Did you know Hickam FCU offers several products and services that can help you contribute to reducing carbon emissions and making a positive impact on the environment?