Hawaiian Electric today announced actions it is taking as part of its Wildfire Safety Strategy, particularly in drought-stricken areas at elevated risk for wildfires.
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Hawaiian Electric has donated a total of $45,000 to three nonprofit organizations that are working to improve the resilience and sustainability of the West Oahu community.
Hawaiian Electric corporate giving focuses on improving quality of life for vulnerable community members
Hawaiian Electric has donated a total of $75,500 to seven Hawaii-based nonprofit organizations that provide social services to help improve the quality of life for vulnerable community members on the five islands served by the company.
As part of ongoing efforts to replace fossil-fuel generation on Maui, Hawaiian Electric will share and address community input received on its draft request for proposals (RFP) seeking a potential variety of renewable energy projects during a virtual community meeting on Thursday, July 14, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Hawaiian Electric to host July 12 virtual community meeting on next stage of renewable energy projects for Oahu
As part of ongoing efforts to replace fossil-fuel generation on Oahu, Hawaiian Electric will share and address community input received on its draft request for proposals (RFP) seeking a potential variety of renewable energy projects during a virtual community meeting on Tuesday, July 12, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
5-year action plan to harden electric grids will prepare islands for increasing threat from severe weather events
Hawaiian Electric plans to begin hardening its island grids as part of a major investment in resilience that will enable its systems to better withstand severe events, including weather-related disasters fueled by climate change.
Maui residents and businesses can now sign up for Hawaiian Electric’s Battery Bonus program, which pays a cash incentive to customers with rooftop solar who add energy storage capacity, providing support to the grid as fossil fuel power plants are retired.
Hawaiian Electric crews will be upgrading underground utility equipment at the intersection of S. Pauahi and Bethel streets in the Chinatown area of downtown Honolulu starting Wednesday, June 1, and continuing on multiple weekdays throughout June.
Hawaiian Electric is seeking renewable energy project developers to kickstart shared solar, the companyʻs latest phase of community-based renewable energy (CBRE), on Hawaii Island, Maui and Oahu.
Hawaiian Electric will inspect utility pole attachments at homes and businesses on Hawaii Island starting this week. Inspections will begin in the Hilo and Puna areas and then continue north and around the island through December 2023.
Hawaiian Electric launches major push for next stage of renewable energy generation projects for Oahu, Maui
Hawaiian Electric has drafted requests for proposals (RFP) for potentially a broad array of renewable energy projects on Oahu and Maui that will enable the future retirement of generators that run on imported oil.