To mark Earth Day, the Hawaiian Electric Companies are releasing their 12th annual Sustainability Report for 2018-19, describing efforts to address climate change, enhance community resilience and sustainability, and move Hawaii closer to 100 percent clean energy by 2045, or sooner.
More than 100 megawatts of solar were installed across the Hawaiian Electric Companies’ service territories in 2017, a 19 percent jump from the previous year, helping to move the state closer to a clean energy future.
The HEI Charitable Foundation has awarded a $10,000 grant to the Hawaii Society of Professional Engineers Educational Foundation (HSPEEF) for the 35th annual MATHCOUNTS Oahu Chapter Competition on Feb. 10, 2018 and Hawaii State Competition on March 10, 2018 at Kamehameha Schools.
Customers will likely see lower electric bills as a result of the federal corporate income tax cut.
Green Charge, an ENGIE company, today announced a demonstration project with Hawaiian Electric Company to bring distributed energy storage services to the University of Hawaii medical campus near downtown Honolulu.
After completing a comprehensive review of its facility needs, the Hawaiian Electric Company is assessing options for consolidating its downtown offices and Ward Avenue operations in new or existing space.
The Hawaiian Electric Companies Hawaii State VEX Championships are scheduled Jan. 13-14, 2018 at Kamehameha Schools Kapalama Campus gymnasium with more than 140 elementary, middle and high school teams from around the state competing for 25 qualification slots at the VEX World Championships in St. Louis, Kentucky this April.