HONOLULU – The Hawaii Public Utilities Commission rejects the $4.3 billion deal to control the state’s power company, concluding the application is not in the public interest.
HAMAKUA (BIVN) – A Hawaiian Dredging crane drifted into high voltage lines in Hakalau along the highway on Saturday morning, leaving 1,700 HELCO customers without power.
PAHOA (BIVN) – HELCO announced the temporary closure of Pahoa Village Road between Apa‘a Street and Post Office Road to take care of the lava-related landmarks that have been present for over a year and a half.
HILO (BIVN) – The Hawaii Electric Light Company is installing two utility-owned and operated electric vehicle DC fast chargers. One in East Hawaii and one in West Hawaii. A blessing was held at the Hilo location Tuesday.
HILO (BIVN) – In a statement issued Monday, Hawaii Electric Light Company president Jay Ignacio rips into statements made by the bioenergy company in a recent series of media releases.
Over the course of two days, the hopeful Pepeekeo power producer filed a pleading with regulators, issued two media releases, and held a press conference at the site of the project.
HAWAII ISLAND – HELCO says customers may be asked to conserve electricity use this week, during the evening peak hours between 6 to 8 p.m.
PEPE’EKEO – The company is being backed by a global financial services company with more than $700 billion in assets under management. All they need is a new agreement with HELCO.
Hawaiian Electric says the continued drop in fuel prices is bringing bills down across the state.
Hu Honua Bioenergy is firing back at the Hawaii Electric Light Company in a document filed with the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission.