With the planned closure of the coal-burning AES Hawaii power plant on Oahu and retirement of Maui's oldest oil-fired plant within the next five years, the Hawaiian Electric Companies are beginning the second phase of an ambitious renewable resource procurement to continue the transition from fossil-fueled power generation to clean energy.
Curious about electric vehicles (EV) and the benefits they can provide to you and our community? Join Maui Electric at its Go EV event on Saturday, November 19, 2016, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at its Kahului location at 210 W. Kamehameha Avenue.
Hawaiian Electric has published “Treasured Island Recipes: Celebrating 125 years serving Hawaii,” a special anniversary edition cookbook compiled by employees as a fundraiser for Aloha United Way.
Applications for the next generation of private rooftop solar energy systems have surged in recent weeks, showing growing customer interest in the program and this new technology.
In slightly more than a week, more than 500 residential customers have signed up for the Hawaiian Electric Companies' new Time-of-Use rates, a program that will charge customers less for power used during the day - when solar energy production is highest - and more at night.
Curious about electric vehicles (EV) and the benefits they can provide to you and our community?
The Hawaiian Electric Companies are offering an optional Time-of-Use rate program that will charge customers less for power used during the day - when solar energy production is highest - and more at night.
Malama Maunalua was awarded a $15,000 grant from the Hawaiian Electric Companies to support critical conservation projects in Maunalua Bay.
Hale Kipa, a Hawaii nonprofit youth services organization, is proud to announce that it has recently received a $10,000 donation from the Hawaiian Electric Companies.
H.S. Robotics, a home schooled team from Kapolei, and Pearl City High School were the big winners at the Pan Pacific VEX Robotics Championships held this weekend at Kamehameha Schools, announced event organizers.
The Hawaiian Electric Companies have begun to use unmanned aircraft, also known as “drones,” for a variety of inspections, including in storm response.