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Kapolei Lofts and Hawaiian Electric Host Energy Fun Fair

KAPOLEI, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

Kapolei Lofts and Hawaiian Electric will host an Energy Fun Fair on Saturday, November 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Open to the public, this free event will be held at Kapolei Lofts located at 761 Wakea Street.

Visitors will have the opportunity to visit informational booths featuring local energy champions to talk story and learn how to incorporate sustainable and energy efficient ways into their daily lives. Companies include Hawaiian Electric, Hawaii State Energy Office, Hawaii Energy, ChargePoint, SolarCity, Kanu Hawaii, Shift Energy, and Enterprise Rideshare and CarShare.

Tours of Kapolei Lofts’ model units, including its energy efficient features, will be held throughout the event. Following the tour, participants can complete the self-guided portion of the tour using Kapolei Lofts’ energy map to identify and visit all the green and sustainable features at Kapolei Lofts, and be entered to win an Energy Savings Toolkit courtesy of Hawaiian Electric and a $100 Target gift card.

The Energy Fun Fair also will include a robotics demonstration from students of Kapolei High School and Island Pacific Academy, bounce house and slide for keiki and onolicious grinds from Mega-Load Burgers food truck.

For more information, click here.

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