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.
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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.
Hawaiian Electric Company is continuing work to replace two 138-kilovolt transmission line poles along Moanalua Road in Aiea, across from the Waimalu Elementary School.
Robotics teams from Sacred Hearts Academy and Pearl City High School won their respective competition "Excellence Awards" at the 2017 Pan Pacific VEX Robotics Championships, qualifying both to participate in the 2018 VEX World Championships to be held next April in Louisville, Kentucky.
Hawaiian Electric Company crews are performing emergency work to replace a damaged section of 46-kilovolt underground electrical cables in the McCully area near Waikiki. Work will continue through the evening.
Hawaiian Electric Company will be replacing a damaged utility pole on the hillside above Kelewina Place, in the Maunawili area of Kailua, requiring the use of a helicopter to carry equipment to and from the work area on Tuesday, Nov. 7, between 9 and 11 a.m.
Hawaiian Electric Company will be replacing two 138-kilovolt transmission line poles along Moanalua Road in Aiea, across from the Waimalu Elementary School.
Everyday Recipes for Everyday Energy, Hawaiian Electric's new cookbook to raise funds for Aloha United Way, is now available.
Hawaiian Electric cancels Thursday and Friday traffic stoppages for utility work near Likelike Highway in Kaneohe
Traffic stoppages along Likelike Highway scheduled for tomorrow and Friday have been cancelled after contractors for Hawaiian Electric Company completed work that required the use of a helicopter.
Underground erosion has forced the closure of a 25-30 foot section of the concrete walkway fronting the Kahe Power Plant intake basin.
To continue their progress toward achieving Hawaii's clean energy goals, the Hawaiian Electric Companies plan to seek new renewable energy projects for Oahu, Maui and Hawaii Island beginning in early 2018.