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Customers won't feel new rates, HECO says

By Kathryn Mykleseth

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 29, 2014

~~<p>Hawaiian Electric Co. President and CEO Dick Rosenblum defended the utility's proposed rate changes Thursday, including the $55 minimum rate for all customers and higher monthly charge for new solar owners.</p>
<p>HECO's energy transition plan, which it filed with the Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday, sets goals for 2030 of more than 65 percent of energy coming from renewables, customer bills decreasing by 20 percent and nearly tripling the amount of rooftop solar systems.</p>
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Hawaiian Electric Co. President and CEO Dick Rosenblum defended the utility's proposed rate changes Thursday, including the $55 minimum rate for all customers and higher monthly charge for new solar owners.

HECO's energy transition plan, which it filed with the Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday, sets goals for 2030 of more than 65 percent of energy coming from renewables, customer bills decreasing by 20 percent and nearly tripling the amount of rooftop solar systems. Login for more...



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