The Hawaii Island Energy Cooperative has entered its first testimony into the HEI-NextEra merger docket. Marco Mangelsdorf provided the statements to the Hawaii Public Utility Commission. He spoke about his hopes for a Big Island energy cooperative, as he did during a recent public forum in Kona.
WOOD VALLEY, Hawaii – The Hawaii Public Utility Commission has once again denied a proposed Aina Koa Pono biodiesel supply contract with the Hawaii Electric Light Company. A proposed surcharge to cover the additional costs to produce the biodiesel was also denied.. In the final decision and order, the commission stated that “HELCO and HECO […]
Opponents of Pepeekeo biomass project mostly absent from Hilo testimony [FMP poster=”http://www.bigislandvideonews.com/media/newsupdateextended.jpg” width=”320″ height=”175″]http://www.bigislandvideonews.com/media/2012/11november/1129huhonua.mp4[/FMP] HILO, Hawaii: The public expressed widespread support for the Hu Honua Bioenergy project at Wednesday night’s Public Utlities Commission hearing in Hilo. Hu Honua Bioenergy LLC is converting the former Hilo Coast Power Company plant at Pepeekeo into a modern biomass energy […]
Company plans 24-megawatt facility at site of old Pepeekeo power plant HILO, Hawaii: Tonight, a public hearing will be held before the state Public Utilities Commission at a special meeting in Hilo, for the Hu Honua Bioenergy plant planned for Pepeekeo. Hu Honua has negotiated a power purchase agreement with Hawaii Electric Light Company, which […]
HAWAII ISLAND: The Hawaii Electric Light Company is officially looking to add up to 50 megawatts (MW) of geothermal power, now that a draft Geothermal Request for Proposals has been filed with the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission. The move to bring more geothermal energy to the island comes after a HELCO Request for Information in June […]
HONOLULU, Hawaii: In a decision that was handed down today, the Hawaii Public Utility Commission voted to deny the HECO companies’ application for approval of the biodiesel supply contract with Aina Koa Pono, rendering moot the application to establish a biofuel surcharge to help cover costs. In its decision, the PUC wrote: By this Decision and Order, […]
Video by David Corrigan | Voice of Stephanie Salazar HILO, Hawaii: The public courtship concerning the future use of Geothermal Energy continued with this forum in Hilo on Saturday. A large and varied panel of specialists discussed the sustainable energy that is abundant on Hawaii Island, a growing candidate to lead the Hawaii towards energy […]
October 14, 2010 – Hawaii By Stephanie Salazar The state of Hawaii has taken another step toward renewable energy: approving a method to make is easier for solar, wind and other renewable energy companies to sell their power to HELCO and its partner utilities. On Wednesday, the public utilities commission approved a feed in tariff […]