Khosla Ventures Partners With Hawaiian Utility

Moresco, Justin
December 2008
Red Herring;12/17/2008, p3
Trade Publication
This article focuses on the agreement reached between venture firm Khosla Ventures and Hawaiian Electric to collaborate on testing and implementing clean technologies such as solar power and efficient lighting in the island state. Under the terms of the agreement, Hawaiian Electric will evaluate and test technologies created by startup firms supported by Khosla Ventures. The agreement is called a smart move by Ron Pernick, co-founder of research firm Clean Edge.


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