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February 15, 2021

Hawaiian Electric hits nearly 35% renewable energy, exceeding state mandate

Driven by higher solar energy and wind production and lower consumer demand, Hawaiian Electric achieved a 34.5 percent consolidated renewable portfolio standard (RPS) in 2020.

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June 18, 2021

Hawaiian Electric ongoing work in Maili to affect Farrington Highway traffic on five days starting Tuesday

As part of ongoing distribution system upgrades, Hawaiian Electric crews will be replacing poles and related electrical equipment along Farrington Highway in Maili on five days over a three-week period from Tuesday, June 22, to Thursday, July 8.

June 10, 2021

Hawaiian Electric grants to help strengthen Waimanalo community by advancing resilience initiatives

Hawaiian Electric has awarded $25,000 grants to Waimanalo-based nonprofits Hui Malama O Ke Kai Foundation and Waimanalo Learning Center for initiatives aimed at building community resilience

June 09, 2021

Hawaiian Electric wins approval for pilot program to encourage expansion of electric bus fleets

Hawaiian Electric received approval to move forward with a pilot program that will encourage the growth of electric bus fleets by helping bus operators reduce the upfront cost of installing charging equipment on Oahu, Maui and Hawaii Island.

June 07, 2021

Hawaiian Electric microgrid powers three Central Oahu Army installations during test of energy resilience

During a major outage, the Schofield Generating Station will be able to power up a utility-owned microgrid consisting of three U.S. Army installations in Central Oahu. That’s what a joint Hawaiian Electric-Army exercise determined last week – just in time for hurricane season.

June 01, 2021

Hawaiian Electric urges preparation for hurricane season

The 2021 Central Pacific hurricane season starts today and Hawaiian Electric is advising customers, both residential and commercial, to be prepared and have emergency plans in place.


May 27, 2021

Steer clear of power lines when picking fruit this summer

Hawaiian Electric reminds customers to use extreme caution when picking fruit near overhead power lines. An incident in Wahiawa last week left a man injured after a metal fruit picker he was using contacted a power line.

May 24, 2021

Moratorium end on May 31 will not trigger immediate disconnections for past due customers

Hawaiian Electric will not disconnect customers with past due accounts immediately after May 31, 2021, the end of the moratorium on disconnections set by the Public Utilities Commission. But customers are urged to act now to set up a payment plan to avoid disconnection in the future.

May 11, 2021

Maui County renters behind on utility bills urged to seek financial help through new county program

Millions of dollars in federal assistance to households behind on rent and electric bills are now available through the County of Maui.

May 11, 2021

Hawaiian Electric statement on motion seeking approval of Kapolei Energy Storage with fewer restrictions

Hawaiian Electric issued the following statement on its filing of a motion for reconsideration with the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) on the Kapolei Energy Storage (KES) project:

May 10, 2021

Hawaiian Electric develops plan to ramp up rooftop solar, other customer resources to meet 100% clean energy goals

Hawaiian Electric is seeking public input on its strategy to increase rooftop solar and similar customer energy resources to the scale needed to reach the state’s clean energy benchmarks. The company filed “Customer Energy Resources for Hawaii; A Customer-First CER Strategy for a 100% Clean Energy Future” with the Public Utilities Commission.

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