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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The Hawaii Wildlife Fund recently received a $15,000 donation from Hawaiian Electric to support its Kau Coastal Restoration Program.
In 2022, Hawaiian Electric employees and retirees on Hawaii Island, with support from IBEW Local 1260, together raised $63,464.45 during the company’s workplace campaign to benefit Hawaii Island United Way.
By the end of 2022, 37% of single-family homes across the five islands Hawaiian Electric serves had rooftop solar, Oahu’s first grid-scale solar and storage project was online, and the state’s last remaining coal plant was retired.
Hawaiian Electric will hold a community meeting on April 13 to provide an update on the renewable energy transition and recent developments on the status of the island’s existing power generation resources.
Hawaiian Electric seeks public comment on draft ‘Integrated Grid Plan: A pathway to a clean energy future’
Hawaiian Electric has drafted an overarching plan for its island grids that aims to create a resilient, clean energy system powered by resources from Hawaii, for Hawaii.
Hawaiian Electric employees and retirees on Oahu with support from IBEW Local 1260, together raised $430,571.48 during the company’s 2022 workplace campaign to benefit Aloha United Way. The nonprofit will disburse funds through its partner agencies to support and continue services for the underserved and vulnerable individuals, families and communities in need.
Thousands of Hawaiian Electric customers received a record $8.1 million in federal credits to reduce their energy bills, about $2.5 million more than last year.
Hawaiian Electric solar customers who participate in the company’s Battery Bonus energy storage incentive program will benefit from several new program refinements developed with input from the solar industry.
Opportunities available for landowners to host renewable energy projects, contribute to clean energy future
To further Hawaii’s transition to clean energy and to reduce carbon emissions, Hawaiian Electric is seeking information from owners of land on Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii Island who are interested in making their land available for future renewable energy projects that will benefit all electric customers.
Hawaiian Electric has selected one project on Oahu and four projects on Hawaii Island in the second phase of its shared solar program.