The Hawaiian Electric Companies achieved a consolidated 27 percent renewable portfolio standard in 2017, up from 26 percent the year before. The increase was achieved primarily by the addition of new grid-scale and private rooftop solar systems.
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Hawaiian Electric's 14th annual Clean Energy Fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 7, at Kahala Mall near the Macy's wing.
Mark your calendars and save the date for Hawaiian Electric's 2017 Clean Energy Fair.
Hawaiian Electric Company today opened a new electric vehicle fast charger in front of Max's of Manila across the parking lot from the Costco in Iwilei.
The Hawaiian Electric Companies filed their Grid Modernization Strategy with the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (PUC) today, providing a roadmap for building more resilient and renewable-ready island grids.
An innovative magnetic survey using a high performance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) has been deployed by Hawaiian Electric at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam's West Loch Annex as part of a pre-construction environmental assessment for a 20-megawatt solar energy facility.
Retrieving outage information, reporting outages and receiving timely alerts will be easier than ever for Oahu customers who download Hawaiian Electric Company's new mobile app.
The Hawaiian Electric Companies' progress in improving customer service, increasing renewable energy, decreasing oil use, innovating to provide more customers access to rooftop solar and modernize the grid, and supporting communities are highlighted in the companies' tenth annual Sustainability Report.
To help achieve Hawaii’s renewable energy goals, the Hawaiian Electric Companies recently sought out landowners to determine their willingness to host renewable energy projects.
Hawaiian Electric Company will host a public meeting on Monday, Aug. 7, at McKinley High School to solicit input and share the draft plan to modernize Oahu's power grid.
Hawaiian Electric Company’s application to buy renewable energy from three new solar farms to be built and operated by NRG Energy, Inc. has been approved by the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission.