Customers challenged by the financial impact of COVID-19 are urged to apply now for utility bill assistance from government and nonprofit sources. Millions of dollars in federal CARES Act funding are available only until the end of the year.
What will it take for Maui to be powered by 100 percent renewable energy and what would the island’s landscape look like? Join the discussion at the community forum, 100% Renewable Energy: What Will Maui Look Like?
Our Fleet Department will hold a silent auction for retired vehicles on Wednesday, June 12, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., on the front lawn of Maui Electric’s Kahului parking lot located at 210 W. Kamehameha Avenue and Wakea Avenue.
A $10,000 grant from Hawaiian Electric to the nonprofit U.S.VETS – Waianae will help provide much needed services to individuals and families in Waianae who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
The Hawaiian Electric Companies have been working to build more resilient island grids ahead of the 2019 Central Pacific hurricane season, which begins June 1. Forecasts say up to eight tropical cyclones could develop this season, underscoring the need for customers to have emergency plans in place.
Customers are urged to prepare for the 2019 hurricane season, which begins June 1. Forecasts say up to eight tropical cyclones could develop this season.
We urge customers to prepare for the 2019 hurricane season beginning June 1. Forecasts say up to eight tropical cyclones could develop this season, underscoring the need for customers to have emergency plans in place.
The Center for Tomorrow's Leaders (CTL) has received a $20,000 contribution from Hawaiian Electric Company to help support our mission of developing young leaders for Hawaii.
Scammers are once again targeting customers of Maui Electric and the company is warning customers who receive these scam calls to "Just hang up!"
When walkers take part in the ILLUMINATE Twilight Walk in Kapolei on Saturday, May 11, they’ll have an opportunity to first-hand experience Hawaiian Electric’s brand new solar-rechargeable, battery storage, LED light towers as they brighten up the event site.
Hawaiian Electric is the first company in Hawaii to own high-efficiency hybrid technology lighting for use during nighttime utility work. The solar-rechargeable, battery storage, LED light tower trailers require less fuel, emit little to no carbon dioxide emissions and produce less noise than conventional light towers.