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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Hawaiian Electric’s Battery Bonus program, which provides a cash incentive and bill credits to customers who add battery storage to their rooftop solar systems, has reached a milestone on Oahu with 30% of its allotted capacity filled.
AES Waikoloa Solar + Storage Project is 85% Powered, Soon to Provide Hawaiian Electric with Clean Energy for Hawaii Island Homes
The AES Waikoloa Solar + Storage project is being tested up to 85% of its capacity, producing clean energy for Hawaiian Electric to provide the Hawaii Island grid with electricity at 9 cents per kilowatt-hour, one of the lowest rates for energy in the state.
Hawaiian Electric donates $15,500 to Ke Kula O Piilani to strengthen integrated culture-based STEM curriculum
Hawaiian Electric recently donated $15,500 to Ke Kula O Piilani to support the school’s innovative program that integrates modern science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) with traditional Hawaiian knowledge and aina-based learning.
Hawaiian Electric is preparing for potential impacts from the Mauna Loa eruption that began late Sunday, Nov. 27.
Hawaiian Electric announces 7 solar projects to benefit low- and moderate-income customers on Oahu, Hawaii Island and Maui
Hawaiian Electric has selected seven solar projects on Oahu, Hawaii Island and Maui to be the first on each island to offer the shared solar program (also known as community-based renewable energy or CBRE) to help lower the electric bills of customers who meet low- and moderate-income (LMI) levels and are unable to install privately-owned rooftop solar.
With worries about the current economy and making ends meet, many utility customers in Hawaii are particularly vulnerable to scams. A proliferation of crypto currency kiosks and cash apps for mobile phones has only added to the problem.
Hawaiian Electric has contributed a total of $11,000 in donations and additional support to three West Oahu nonprofit organizations for their Christmas festivities that will brighten the holidays for the community. Donations varied amongst the nonprofits based on the event scope.
As part of its continued efforts to protect and preserve Maui’s unique avian species, Hawaiian Electric is taking steps to prepare a long-term Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) in collaboration with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR).
Hawaiian Electric launches Charge Up Commercial pilot to reduce upfront costs of installing EV chargers
Hawaiian Electric is accepting applications for its new Charge Up Commercial pilot program that can help customers significantly reduce the upfront cost of installing electric vehicle charging equipment at locations such as stores, businesses, condominiums, office buildings and fleet and parking facilities.
Pre-orders launch today for “Pilina – Connecting through the rich, local flavors of our islands,” a 150-page cookbook published by Hawaiian Electric employees as a fundraiser to benefit United Way agencies across its service areas.