The moratorium on disconnections for nonpayment has been extended through March 31, 2021, by order of the Public Utilities Commission (PUC).
Hawaiian Electric marks 50th anniversary of Earth Day with release of 2019-2020 Sustainability Report
As the 50th state marks Earth Day 2020, Hawaiian Electric is sharing its 13th annual Sustainability Report, Building a Stronger Hawaii TOGETHER.
Hawaiian Electric has seen a significant reduction in use of electricity as tourism activities cease, businesses close and thousands of residents stay home to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Hawaiian Electric’s Maui County operations released surveillance images of a man who broke into its Lahaina Substation along Lahainaluna Road on Friday, March 27 around 7:20 p.m.
Hawaiian Electric will host virtual community meetings to seek public input on the utility’s five proposed battery energy storage systems (BESS).
Hawaiian Electric will soon start a 6-month project to upgrade transmission poles and equipment in the area of the Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park.
Hawaiian Electric continues to adjust its operations to reduce the potential spread of coronavirus, including postponing less urgent repair and maintenance work, and closing walk-in customer payment centers at least through April.
Scammers are trying to capitalize on coronavirus fears by pretending to be Hawaiian Electric and threatening to disconnect customers’ electric service unless “overdue” bills are not paid. Don’t be scammed!
As we all take precautions against the spread of COVID-19, you may be working from home and wondering about increased electricity costs. The good news is there are ways to keep your electricity bill under control.
The HEI Charitable Foundation (HEICF) has contributed $50,000 to the Hawaii Foodbank and pledged another $75,000 to United Way agencies in support of their efforts to assist Hawaii families in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hawaiian Electric will suspend service disconnections for 30 days so customers who are financially challenged by the coronavirus pandemic don't have to worry about losing electric service.