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Empowering Hawaii

Empowering Hawaii

We’re committed to working together with you to reach our 100% clean energy future, and build sustainable, resilient communities.

Our Vision & Commitment

Our vision is not just for our company but for Hawaii as a whole.

Our vision is to empower our customers and communities with affordable, reliable, clean energy, and provide innovative energy leadership for Hawaii.


Climate Change Action Plan

Hawaiian Electric is committed to reducing carbon emissions in 2030 by as much as 70 percent below 2005 levels. By 2045, our carbon emissions will be net zero.

Learn more about our climate change action plan.

Climate Change Action

Our Declaration & Promise

By 2025, our company will be one of the most progressive and forward-thinking energy companies in the world. Our employees are dedicated to you, our customers. Taking care of you is our top priority.

Learn more about our declaration and customer promise.

Our Promise

Road to Resilience

Climate change will continue to impact our islands. While outages may happen, we've upgraded digital equipment and wireless communication, so we can respond faster. Pole and equipment replacements have also made our electric system stronger. On Oahu, this has resulted in a 43% reduction in number of outages during high wind days.*

Learn more about how climate change will impact our islands.
*Applies to days with winds greater than 30 mph and outages lasting longer than 5 minutes.

Fewer Outages

More Renewable Energy

By making upgrades at a faster rate than ever before, we’re creating a 21st century electric grid capable of integrating increasing amounts of solar, wind, geothermal, hydro, biofuel and waste-to-energy.

Fewer Outages

Our Plans for the Future

Read our detailed energy plans submitted to the Public Utilities Commission on December 23, 2016:


Follow the links below to find out how we can achieve the state’s goal of 100 percent renewable energy by 2045.

Grid Modernization
Electric Vehicles
100% green energy