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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Sponsored by Hawaiian Electric, the Hawaii VEX Robotics Middle and High School State Championships, held on February 19-20 at Kamehameha Schools – Kapalama, qualified 8 out of 50 Hawaii VEX robotics teams that will advance to the 2023 VEX Robotics World Championships.
Aided by new grid-scale and rooftop solar capacity, Hawaiian Electric achieved a 32% consolidated renewable portfolio standard (RPS) in 2022 using a new calculation signed into law last year.
The number of private solar systems on Hawaiian Electric’s grids rose to nearly 97,000 last year, fueled by customer incentives offered by the company, an extension of federal tax credits for solar and rising electricity rates.
Sponsored by Hawaiian Electric, the Hawaii VEX IQ Robotics Elementary and Middle School State Championships, held on January 28 at Hanalani Schools and February 4 at University of Hawaii at Hilo, qualified 18 out of 67 Hawaii VEX robotics teams that will advance to the 2023 VEX Robotics World Championships.
The Hawaii Diaper Bank recently received a $10,500 donation from Hawaiian Electric to support its efforts to eliminate diaper need on Hawaii Island.
Hawaiian Electric issues call for projects to significantly expand renewable energy generation on Oahu, Maui
Hawaiian Electric announced it is seeking proposals for renewable energy projects on Oahu and Maui in a new round of clean energy procurement that for the first time includes requests to develop firm renewable capacity on the two islands.
Hana-based nonprofit Ma Ka Hana Ka Ike recently received a $20,000 donation from Hawaiian Electric to support the construction of a new solar wood-drying kiln to expand its construction program for at-risk youth in East Maui.
Hawaiian Electric and Hoahu Energy Cooperative Molokai are moving ahead with the state’s first two community-owned and -designed solar plus battery projects.