HAWAII: The Hawaii Public Utility Commission has granted the request made by Parker Ranch subsidiary Paniolo Power Company, LLC to withdraw from the HEI-NextEra merger docket.
Governor David Ige announced his opposition to the Hawaiian Electric Industries-NextEra Energy Inc. merger, joining several intervenors who are taking the same position in the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission approval proceeding. Testimony and exhibits from the 29 intervenors in the PUC docket were due Monday. Governor Ige held a press conference to explain the state’s opposition.
Parker Ranch and subsidiary Paniolo Power are emerging as players in major Hawaii PUC dockets
Plans for a Request for Qualifications are in the works as Parker Ranch tries to move away from HELCO dependence.
Video by David Corrigan, Voice of Stephanie Salazar WAIMEA, Hawaii – There’s been a lot of talk about Hawaii Island’s energy future ever since Parker Ranch’s Paniolo Power presentation in Waimea last Thursday. On Friday, we featured the full presentation, and now we have some interesting clips from the public question and answer session that […]
Video by David Corrigan WAIMEA, Hawaii – Parker Ranch CEO Neil “Dutch” Kuyper presented a highly anticipated energy plan to a packed crowd at the Waimea Middle School cafeteria Thursday evening. Parker Ranch chose the Waimea Community Association’s monthly town meeting to present the preliminary findings from their “utility-grade” integrated resource plan, developed by Siemens […]