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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The Hawaiian Electric Companies are adding capacity to the Customer Grid-Supply (CGS) program that credits solar customers for the excess electricity they send to the grid.
Customers of the three Hawaiian Electric Companies with special medical needs may now apply for a discounted electric rate.
The Hawaiian Electric Companies reached a nearly 26 percent Renewable Portfolio Standard in 2016, up from 23 percent the previous year.
Hawaiian Electric engineer Jimmy Yao has been honored with a prestigious Technology Transfer Award from the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) for achievements in research and development.
The Hawaiian Electric Companies now offer the free eSSENTIAL Accessibility assistive technology app so customers, regardless of ability, can access all three company websites seamlessly and hands-free.
Hawaiian Electric Company has added a second DC Fast Charger for electric vehicles at 820 Ward Avenue.
A $5,000 grant from Hawaiian Electric to the Hawaii State Science Olympiad (HSSO) will support the nonprofit’s 2017 tournament season, and marks another “Act of Aloha” commemorating Hawaiian Electric’s 125th anniversary.
Hawaiian Electric Company has opened a new electric vehicle (EV) fast charger at Waianae Mall at 86-120 Farrington Highway, the seventh utility-owned and operated charger on Oahu and 10th across the Hawaiian Electric service territories.
NRG and Hawaiian Electric Reach New Power Purchase Agreements to Revive Major Solar Projects on Oahu
NRG Energy, Inc. and Hawaiian Electric Company have reached power purchase agreements (PPAs) for Hawaiian Electric to buy electricity generated by two Oahu grid-scale solar facilities.
Hawaiian Electric and Stem, Inc. successfully test 1 MW of energy storage at 29 commercial customer sites
Hawaiian Electric Company and Stem, Inc. have successfully tested nearly one megawatt (MW) of intelligent, energy storage systems deployed at 29 commercial customer sites on Oahu.