Maui Electric Company is upgrading utility poles and using new insulated conductors in parts of Olinda and Piiholo, part of a pilot project to prevent wind and tree-related outages and to make the island's electrical grid more resilient.
As tens of thousands of residents plan to ring in 2018 with fireworks, Hawaiian Electric, Maui Electric and Hawaii Electric Light would like to urge caution and offer these safety tips.
Electric vehicle drivers will have more control over how much they pay to charge vehicles at DC Fast Chargers operated by the Hawaiian Electric Companies, effective Dec. 12, 2017.
The holidays are a special time of the year when we decorate, prepare home-cooked meals, and welcome guests to our homes.
This holiday season, consider giving family members and friends - or anyone in need - a payment toward their electric bills by using the Hawaiian Electric Companies' Ohana Energy Gift Program.
Maui Electric Company recently presented the Maui County Council Boy Scouts of America and The Girl Scouts of Hawaii each with $10,000 donations.
Maui Electric invites the Lanai community to receive an update on storm preparedness efforts at a talk story session with company representatives, including President Sharon Suzuki, on Monday, Dec. 11, at the Lanai Senior Center.
University of Hawaii and Hawaiian Electric Companies to develop 'green tariff' to benefit campuses and community
The University of Hawaii and the Hawaiian Electric Companies have committed to collaborate on development of an innovative renewable energy initiative to help the university achieve its net-zero energy goal and bring online more cost-effective, renewable energy resources to benefit the entire state.
On Utility Scam Awareness Day, the Hawaiian Electric Companies warn customers to "Just hang up!" on scammers
Utilities United Against Scams and the Hawaiian Electric Companies are marking the second annual Utility Scam Awareness Day today by educating electric customers about aggressive phone scammers.
Maui Electric Company recently presented two Molokai community organizations with monetary donations to support the island's youth.
More than 60 energy and transportation experts, dealers, manufacturers and public officials participated in a workshop convened by Hawaiian Electric on Nov. 9 at Hawaii Pacific University to discuss strategies for advancing Hawaii’s electrification of transportation efforts.