ACCELERATING THE ADOPTION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY IN THE PACIFIC ISLANDS
DEPLOYING RENEWABLE AND RESILIENT MICROGRIDS
We bring extensive experience building in some of the most remote locations using best-in-class technology and services that are appropriate and sustainable for these challenging environments.
DEVELOPING WITH A COMMUNITY FIRST APPROACH
We shorten the development time by focusing on early-stage collaboration with a unique and proven approach to stakeholder engagement. Allowing local asset ownership and training of local labor to build the local economy in a regenerative process.
DE-RISKING PROJECTS AT ORIGINATION
We de-risk the traditional development cycle with a non-traditional market approach, streamlined process with agreed-upon metrics, and project qualifications that meet the stringent needs of financiers but are flexible enough for island communities.
Mana PACIFIC INC.
”Mana” throughout the Pacific is the “life force” within all living things and is grounded in the Hawaiian tradition of “Ahupua’a” or Collective and Equitable Prosperity.
We are a renewable energy project development Benefit Corporation focusing our ‘mana’ on delivering resilient and renewable energy projects that reduce dependence on imported fossil fuels and lessens the impact on the environment while improving the equitable access of sustainable, affordable energy.
We are different because of Our People and Our Approach.
We are addressing energy and resource scarcity and climate risk in the Pacific by employing transformational, disruptive, and regenerative business models and solutions to create opportunities for change at every segment of the economic spectrum.
By returning the Pacific Island Communities to their ancestral ways of living in a self-sustaining manner which operates in harmony with their environment, we can create jobs, reduce waste, spur economic growth, restore our cultural identity, and most importantly, Empower the Pacific!
Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) are 90+% dependent on fossil fuels which is a barrier to future growth due to high costs and supply issues.
The island nations and their economies are vulnerable to price volatility which drain its foreign currency reserves
Fossil fuel electric power plants cause local pollution issues and contribute to global climate change
The solution is to bring clean renewable and storage technologies for electricity production to the developing communities in the Pacific Islands that:
Provide for increased resiliency and more local control
Provide economic stability and security
Reduce dependence on unreliable fuel supply channels
Creates more local skilled and unskilled jobs
Addresses the local renewable energy mandates
Are RE solutions which are less expensive and more reliable