Grow lights should work. I suggest you get a light meter. You will have to position your lights 4-8 inches above your plants. A light meter will tell you how much light the plant is receiving.
Here's a free app light meter with a good review.
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/galacti ... 46635?mt=8
Here is a standard light meter for hydroponics. There are also combination meters. You want to see LUX ranges 500-750
10 lumens = 1 lux. I prefer the single purpose meters because they do come with instructions on how to use and interpret them.
https://www.amazon.com/Professional-Dig ... ght+meters
I have an older model that measures lumens. I use it to determine the shade I need for my orchids. Mine ranges from 5000-8000 lumens under 50% shadecloth, 3000 lumens under double shade cloth. 15000 lumens is out in full sunlight. My sun is a lot more intense in the tropics so my light readings are much higher. I also do not have my shade cloth up very high because of the HOA. My shade cloth only sits a couple of feet above the top of my plants so I don't get as much shading as I would get if it were higher.
Happy gardening in Hawaii. Gardens are where people grow.