In continued partnership with federal, state and county agencies, and with the clearance to re-enter parts of Lahaina, Maui emergency management officials have asked Hawaiian Electric to start replacing poles and other electrical equipment that were damaged by the windstorms and wildfires in and around Lahaina.
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Hawaiian Electric, Kaanapali Golf Courses, and Maui United Way are pleased to announce the return of the 11th Annual Keiki Tilapia Fishing Tournament.
With hurricane season underway in the Central Pacific Hawaiian Electric is advising residential and commercial customers to be prepared and have emergency plans in place.
Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program application period starts June 1 for electric customers in need
From June 1 to June 30, Hawaiian Electric and Kauai Island Utility Cooperative customers in need may apply for a one-time credit to reduce their energy bills under the federal Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, or LIHEAP.
Hawaiian Electric and ev.energy launch Smart Charge Hawaii to help electric vehicle drivers optimize charging
Hawaiian Electric is partnering with global electric vehicle software provider ev.energy to offer customers a smart charging mobile app that will enable EV drivers to optimize their charging sessions while helping inform Hawaiian Electric’s development of future charging programs and EV-specific rate options.
Three Hawaii Island renewable energy contracts amended, will result in long-term savings for customers
Hawaiian Electric has renegotiated three of four renewable energy contracts at fixed rates that can help reduce and stabilize bills, resulting in long-term savings for customers on Hawaii Island.
Hawaiian Electric is proposing to replace six aging fossil fuel-powered generators at its Waiau Power Plant in Pearl City with smaller, more efficient and fuel-flexible units that can provide reliable, firm generation to back up the expanding portfolio of variable resources like solar and wind on the Oahu electric grid.
Hawaiian Electric finalizes ‘Integrated Grid Plan’ to decarbonize its energy system by 2045, stabilize rates
Hawaiian Electric has finalized a comprehensive plan that charts the lowest-cost pathway for creating resilient, decarbonized island grids to serve customers using resources from Hawaii, for Hawaii.
Hawaiian Electric has awarded grants totaling $30,000 to three nonprofit organizations – Hawaii Agricultural Foundation, Center for Tomorrow’s Leaders and Na Kama Kai – for programs that educate and inspire youth.
Typical residential electric bills on all five islands served by Hawaiian Electric are now lower than a year ago, when a global surge in oil prices drove rates higher.
AES Waikoloa Solar + Storage is online and feeding lower-cost renewable energy to the Hawaii Island electric grid.