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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Hawaiian Electric Companies and Nissan offer utility customers $10,000 rebate on a new Nissan LEAF® sedan
The Hawaiian Electric Companies and Nissan North America are offering electric utility customers a $10,000 rebate off the manufacturer’s suggested retail price on the all-electric Nissan LEAF® sedan at participating dealers.
With the 27.6-megawatt Waianae Solar project coming into service, the Hawaiian Electric Companies take another step on the path to 100 percent renewable electricity by 2045.
After high winds caused hundreds of outages across the islands, Hawaiian Electric crew members on Oahu saw in two separate instances that first responders or members of the public had moved fallen power lines, endangering themselves and others.
The Hawaiian Electric Companies will offer a special medical needs rate pilot program for customers of all three companies, subject to Hawaii Public Utilities Commission approval. The pilot rate will go into effect on April 1, 2017 for two years.
In recognition of their exemplary volunteer service to the community during the past year, Hawaiian Electric employees Sam Nichols, Rebecca Dayhuff Matsushima, Sandra Nada, and Keith Webster each received the 2016 Kokua Community Champion Service Award from the HEI Charitable Foundation.
Maui Electric and Hawaii Electric Light to seek more renewable energy for Maui, Lanai, Molokai and Hawaii Island
Maui Electric Company and Hawaii Electric Light Company today asked the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to start the process to seek new renewable energy generation on Maui, Lanai, Molokai and Hawaii Island.
Elementary school students are starting the New Year with their resolutions made to save energy, as part of the 2016–2017 Home Energy Challenge
To potentially save money for its customers, Hawaiian Electric Company wants to determine if there are independent developers capable of building utility-scale onshore wind projects on Oahu that would be able to take advantage of the federal investment tax credit for wind power that expires in 2019.