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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Distributed Energy Partners leases space in Hawaii Times building

Advertiser Staff

Distributed Energy Partners said it has signed a lease for the 3,400-square-foot space in the historic Hawaii Times building in downtown Honolulu.

DEP, a renewable energy services firm, said it plans to begin using the space for its corporate headquarters on Aug. 1. DEP will share the space on Nuuanu Avenue with its subsidiary, RevoluSun, a residential photovoltaic company.
“With the tremendous growth in the photovoltaic market we needed the space to accommodate our growing team,” said Todd Georgopapadakos one of DEP’s founding partners.
The company was founded in May by Georgopapadakos, Mark Duda, Josh Powell Eric Carlson and Rod Braunthal. All five previously worked for by Sunetric, the company formerly known as Suntech Hawaii.