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.
Maui Electric Company will be conducting work as part of its energy-saving streetlight demonstration project from Monday, August 15 to Friday, August 19, from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. along Maui Lani Parkway in Kahului.
A new kind of rooftop solar system that enables households to generate their own electricity and to potentially store energy for use after the sun goes down is now being approved by the Hawaiian Electric Companies and installed on island homes.
A $5,000 grant from the Hawaiian Electric Companies to Re-use Hawaii will help support the non-profit organization’s monthly Community Workshop Program designed to teach basic woodworking and safety skills needed when working with salvaged materials.
Following the termination of the proposed merger with NextEra Energy, the Hawaiian Electric Companies today withdrew their applications for approval of a liquefied natural gas contract with Fortis Hawaii Energy Inc, plans to upgrade Kahe Power Plant to use natural gas, and a waiver from competitive bidding to upgrade the plant.
Hawaiian Electric Industries, Inc. today reaffirmed its financial and operational strength as a stand-alone company.
NextEra Energy and Hawaiian Electric Industries today announced the termination of their plans to merge, effective immediately.
NextEra Energy and HEI issued this statement in connection with today's order by the Hawaii PUC.
As part of its 2016 second quarter contributions, the Hawaiian Electric Companies have donated $20,000 to the Hawaii Space Grant Consortium.
At Hawaiian Electric, Maui Electric, and Hawaii Electric Light Company, we urge you to use caution if you plan to commemorate Independence Day with fireworks, and offer these safety tips
Maui Electric Company reminds customers to call 811 before doing any excavation work at home.