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HECO investigates cause of East Oahu power outage

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 10:34 a.m. HST, Dec 12, 2012



Hawaiian Electric Company repair crews are investigating the cause of an outage that affected 1,200 homes and businesses in East Honolulu.

The power outage was reported at 9:15 a.m. affecting the Waialae-Niu Valley area. Power was restored at 10 a.m.







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mcc wrote:
Good thing I'm not 60 feet in the air on the train.
on December 12,2012 | 09:22AM
2ljd wrote:
Wouldn't be a problem...the rail won't even service that area.
on December 12,2012 | 09:46AM
al_kiqaeda wrote:
Whew...good thing the westside never has power outages yah?
on December 12,2012 | 11:12AM
allie wrote:
yikes..more heco problems
on December 12,2012 | 10:08AM
olos73 wrote:
Maybe all the solar panels sucking up HECO's power.
on December 12,2012 | 11:59AM
Poipounder808 wrote:
I am guessing the winds are a little over 25 mph and HECO can't handle that....as usual.
on December 12,2012 | 01:04PM
kauai wrote:
A 45 minute outage in east Honolulu and they get a newspaper article coverage. Rarely do I see coverage about outages on the windward side (and believe me, we get 'em; and fairly often too). Even more rare are the results of an outage's investigation. Life's good when you're a monopoly that's protected by the PUC.
on December 12,2012 | 03:05PM
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