Hawaiian Electric Company (HECO)
Subcommittee members had pointed questions for Hawaiian Electric's CEO over the company's role in the Maui wildfires in August.
Hawaii's main electric utility faces multiple lawsuits accusing it of neglecting wildfire preparations.
States lag on interconnection policies, but the IREC/Vote Solar study does not recognize the work some utilities are doing to streamline the process.
HECO said last week that it is accepting applications for a three-year pilot program aimed at reducing upfront installation costs for EV charging stations.
Renewable energy company Ameresco said it will partner with Bright Canyon Energy to build Kūpono Solar, a solar-plus-battery storage facility in Pearl Harbor.
Hawaiian Electric withdrew plans to build a key battery storage system on Oahu; tight deadlines and supply chain issues appear to be the cause.
State regulators OK'd HECO’s $4.98 million pilot to install EV charging infrastructure across the state in a bid to incentivize investment in charging ports.
The operator of Hawaii’s only geothermal plant is working to bring the facility back to full capacity after it was shut down by a volcanic eruption 3 years ago.
Hawaii regulators have instructed Maui Electric Company and other parties to explore mediation over the disputed Kahana Solar Project.
In an effort to gauge community desire for EV charging stations, Hawaiian Electric launched a website asking for public input on charging station locations.
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