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Phone scam targeting HECO customers

Hawaiian Electric Co. said Thursday that it has received dozens of reports of scam artists pressuring customers to pay overdue electrical bills by purchasing prepaid debit cards. Read more

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HEI subsidiary buying Big Island power plant

Hawaiian Electric Industries Inc. announced Wednesday that the owner of an oil-fired power plant on Hawaii island has agreed to sell the facility to a private subsidiary of HEI. Read more

Molokai Ranch up for sale at $260M

Roughly 35 percent of Molokai went on the market Thursday after Kailua-based Carvill Sotheby’s International Realty listed Molokai Ranch for $260 million. Read more

Control and price drive ‘smart-grid’ dialogue

With nearly 57,000 solar energy systems connected to Oahu’s electricity grid, a normal morning in Hawaiian Electric Co.’s control room today looks a lot different from how it did in 2010. Read more

Isle solar industry has ‘cloudy’ future

A Hawaii solar industry association released a report Friday saying the outlook for the industry is “cloudy” because of a lack of incentive programs and market instability. Read more

HECO adds EV fast-charger in Iwilei

Hawaiian Electric Co. said Wednesday it built a new electric vehicle fast-charger station in front of Max’s of Manila across the parking lot from the Costco in Iwilei. Read more

HECO submits final plan for its grid

Hawaiian Electric Co. submitted final plans to state regulators Tuesday seeking to make $205 million in upgrades to its energy systems on Oahu and Hawaii island and in Maui County over the next six years. Read more

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