Lalamilo Wells refers to a wind farm on the island of Hawaii. It was commissioned in 1985 with 39 17.5 kW Jacobs wind turbines and 81 20 kW Jacobs wind turbines, yielding a total capacity of 2.3 MW. Currently, there are 26 17.5 kW turbines and 55 20 kW turbines in operation, with a reduced capacity of 1.56 MW.
Starting in January 2006, the electric utility operating the wind farm, Hawaiian Electric Company (HELCO), operated a demonstration model of a grid-stabilizing unit, known as an Electronic Shock Absorber (ESA). This unit was designed to increase the stability of the island's grid, which has a relatively high penetration of wind energy, which is subject to rapid fluctuations. However, the unit was damaged in an earthquake in October 2006. It is located at 19°59′15″N 155°45′56″W / 19.98750°N 155.76556°WCoordinates: 19°59′15″N 155°45′56″W / 19.98750°N 155.76556°W, within the ahupuaʻa (ancient land division) called Lalamilo, between the coastal area known as Puako, Hawaii, and the inland towns of Waimea and Waikoloa Village, Hawaii.