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Hawaiian Electric Industries
Hawaiian Electric Industries
Published: 2017/07/13
Channel: GreenBiz
Hawaiian Electric Company
Hawaiian Electric Company
Published: 2017/07/24
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A Hawaiian Electric Moment - Construction of steel structures in Wahiawa
A Hawaiian Electric Moment - Construction of steel structures in Wahiawa
Published: 2015/10/05
Channel: Hawaiian Electric Companies
A Hawaiian Electric Moment - Underground Cable Replacement
A Hawaiian Electric Moment - Underground Cable Replacement
Published: 2015/07/18
Channel: Hawaiian Electric Companies
An Interview with Hawaiian Electric Retiree Louie B.
An Interview with Hawaiian Electric Retiree Louie B.
Published: 2017/03/09
Channel: Hawaiian Electric Companies
"What Happens When ..." FINALE
"What Happens When ..." FINALE
Published: 2016/12/01
Channel: Hawaiian Electric Companies
My Job: Travel Machinist
My Job: Travel Machinist
Published: 2017/04/19
Channel: Hawaiian Electric Companies
Hawaiian Electric Industries announces deal to be sold
Hawaiian Electric Industries announces deal to be sold
Published: 2014/12/04
Channel: KITV
2010 Hawaii Auto Show--Hawaiian Electric Features Electric Vehicle Technologies
2010 Hawaii Auto Show--Hawaiian Electric Features Electric Vehicle Technologies
Published: 2011/02/20
Channel: Michael Angelo Leone
Hawaiian Electric shareholders approve merger with NextEra
Hawaiian Electric shareholders approve merger with NextEra
Published: 2015/06/11
Channel: KHON2 News
Hawaiian Electric to merge with Florida-based NextEra Energy in $4.3B deal
Hawaiian Electric to merge with Florida-based NextEra Energy in $4.3B deal
Published: 2014/12/04
Channel: KHON2 News
Hawaiian Electric
Hawaiian Electric's Corporate Culture & Future
Published: 2015/02/13
Channel: Hawaiian Electric Companies
Hawaiian Electric Company
Hawaiian Electric Company's Summer Interns
Published: 2012/07/31
Channel: Hawaiian Electric Companies
American Cancer Society Thanks Hawaiian Electric Industries
American Cancer Society Thanks Hawaiian Electric Industries
Published: 2014/12/19
Channel: arthur grau
A Hawaiian Electric Moment: Work on the H-3 Freeway
A Hawaiian Electric Moment: Work on the H-3 Freeway
Published: 2016/09/24
Channel: Hawaiian Electric Companies
Hawaiian Electric reveals solar contracts
Hawaiian Electric reveals solar contracts
Published: 2014/12/20
Channel: KITV
Hawaiian Electric
Hawaiian Electric's Fast DR Webinar
Published: 2013/01/02
Channel: Hawaiian Electric Companies
Hawaii Electric Industries Mahalo
Hawaii Electric Industries Mahalo
Published: 2016/02/25
Channel: Erwin Saenz
EVs for a Better Hawaii
EVs for a Better Hawaii
Published: 2016/11/01
Channel: Hawaiian Electric Companies
Hawaiian Electric PV Collaboration Forum
Hawaiian Electric PV Collaboration Forum
Published: 2014/01/11
Channel: oloolo
Hawaiian Electric Inds
Hawaiian Electric Inds
Published: 2017/02/08
Channel: Why Invest In
Aarkstore  NextEra Energy to Acquire Hawaiian Electric Industries   Deal Analysis from GlobalData
Aarkstore NextEra Energy to Acquire Hawaiian Electric Industries Deal Analysis from GlobalData
Published: 2015/01/12
Channel: Addy Parker
Hawaiian Electric Industries (NYSE:HE) Stock Trading Idea: 14.1% Return in 2 Months
Hawaiian Electric Industries (NYSE:HE) Stock Trading Idea: 14.1% Return in 2 Months
Published: 2010/01/21
Channel: TradeTheTrend
NextEra, Hawaiian Electric end merger agreement
NextEra, Hawaiian Electric end merger agreement
Published: 2016/07/19
Channel: KHON2 News
Marco Mangelsdorf/HIEC testifies @ HI PUC hearings
Marco Mangelsdorf/HIEC testifies @ HI PUC hearings
Published: 2016/02/10
Channel: Hawaii Island Energy Cooperative
NextEra
NextEra's $4.3 Billion Acquisition of Hawaiian Electric Part of Utilities M&A Wave
Published: 2014/12/10
Channel: TheDealVideo
Charlene on Green Takeover of Hawaiian Electric to Lower Electric Bills by 25%
Charlene on Green Takeover of Hawaiian Electric to Lower Electric Bills by 25%
Published: 2011/01/09
Channel: Charlene Ongreen
NextEra, Hawaiian Electric hosts first of 13 open house meetings
NextEra, Hawaiian Electric hosts first of 13 open house meetings
Published: 2015/04/08
Channel: KHON2 News
NextEra-Hawaiian Electric deal not the only option, say lawmakers
NextEra-Hawaiian Electric deal not the only option, say lawmakers
Published: 2015/09/04
Channel: KITV
Charlene on Green $2.5B Takeover of Hawaiian Electric for Geothermal clean energy
Charlene on Green $2.5B Takeover of Hawaiian Electric for Geothermal clean energy
Published: 2011/01/09
Channel: Charlene Ongreen
Financial upsides from Hawaiian Electric
Financial upsides from Hawaiian Electric's sale, ASB spinoff
Published: 2014/12/04
Channel: KHON2 News
Charlene on Green Eco Friendly Buyout of Hawaiian Electric Creating Quite a Steam
Charlene on Green Eco Friendly Buyout of Hawaiian Electric Creating Quite a Steam
Published: 2011/01/08
Channel: Charlene Ongreen
Hawaiian Electric 125th Anniversary Celebration - September
Hawaiian Electric 125th Anniversary Celebration - September
Published: 2017/03/12
Channel: MarkFromHawaii
Supporting Eco-friendly Transportation with Bikehshare Hawaii
Supporting Eco-friendly Transportation with Bikehshare Hawaii
Published: 2016/09/27
Channel: Hawaiian Electric Companies
Charlene on Green Buyout of Hawaiian Electric To End Oil Imports and Pollution
Charlene on Green Buyout of Hawaiian Electric To End Oil Imports and Pollution
Published: 2011/01/09
Channel: Charlene Ongreen
Rep. Thielen addresses  SB 1214 -  assist Hawaiian Electric Company
Rep. Thielen addresses SB 1214 - assist Hawaiian Electric Company
Published: 2015/05/07
Channel: Michele Van Hessen
PUC holds final listening session over Hawaiian Electric, NextEra merger
PUC holds final listening session over Hawaiian Electric, NextEra merger
Published: 2015/10/28
Channel: KHON2 News
State responds to looming deadline of Hawaiian Electric-NextEra deal
State responds to looming deadline of Hawaiian Electric-NextEra deal
Published: 2016/05/27
Channel: KHON2 News
Should HECO and Nextera merge?
Should HECO and Nextera merge?
Published: 2015/09/01
Channel: KITV
Update on HEI-NextEra Merger
Update on HEI-NextEra Merger
Published: 2015/05/01
Channel: ThinkTech Hawaii
Hawaiian Electric and Sopogy Bring Solar Power to the Big Island
Hawaiian Electric and Sopogy Bring Solar Power to the Big Island
Published: 2010/07/06
Channel: Hawaiian Electric Companies
PUC says Hawaiian Electric, NextEra ruling coming soon with draft decision in hand
PUC says Hawaiian Electric, NextEra ruling coming soon with draft decision in hand
Published: 2016/06/08
Channel: KHON2 News
ABB Service Story - Hawaiian Electric
ABB Service Story - Hawaiian Electric
Published: 2017/06/07
Channel: ABB Service
OBM - Company - Hawaiian Electric Industries
OBM - Company - Hawaiian Electric Industries
Published: 2016/09/10
Channel: Our Best Moments
NextEra Energy Buys HEI
NextEra Energy Buys HEI
Published: 2014/12/04
Channel: Star-Advertiser
Gov. Ige explains opposition to proposed NextEra-HECO merger
Gov. Ige explains opposition to proposed NextEra-HECO merger
Published: 2015/07/22
Channel: KHON2 News
What
What's the Deal with NextEra Energy?
Published: 2014/12/16
Channel: ThinkTech Hawaii
Efforts to Obtain Approval with Eric Gleason
Efforts to Obtain Approval with Eric Gleason
Published: 2015/08/05
Channel: ThinkTech Hawaii
Analysts See $0.24 EPS for Chuy’s Holdings (CHUY); Last Week Hawaiian Electric Industries, Inc. (HE)
Analysts See $0.24 EPS for Chuy’s Holdings (CHUY); Last Week Hawaiian Electric Industries, Inc. (HE)
Published: 2017/10/22
Channel: GAVIN Carey
How the NextEra Deal Impacts Community with Jim Alberts
How the NextEra Deal Impacts Community with Jim Alberts
Published: 2015/01/29
Channel: ThinkTech Hawaii
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Hawaiian Electric Industries
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HECO power plant at Kahe Point in West Oahu

Hawaiian Electric Industries, Inc. (HEI; NYSEHE) is the largest supplier of electricity in the state of Hawaii, supplying power to 95% of Hawaii's population through its electric utilities: Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc., Hawai'i Electric Light Company, Inc. and Maui Electric Company, Limited. In addition, HEI owns a financial institution serving Hawaii, American Savings Bank.[1] (The island of Kauai is the only island in the state not supplied by HEI. Instead, the consumer-owned Kauai Island Utility Cooperative manages the island's electricity.)

HECO, HELCO, and MECO employ more than 2,000 people. Approximately 20,000 Hawaii residents are shareholders of HECO’s parent company, Hawaiian Electric Industries (HEI).[2] The company is headquartered in Honolulu. The net income of the company reached 164 million dollars by the end of 2012 with a yearly revenue of 3.4 billion dollars.[3]

History[edit]

Hawaiian Electric Company (often abbreviated HECO, pronounced HEE-coh) incorporated on October 13, 1891.[4] Within about 16 years the utility had 2,500 customers on the island of Oahu. By 1914 HECO had started rural service to the windward side of the island and was marketing electric products like refrigerators and flat irons. By 1937 HECO broke ground on its second power plant, and transmission lines soon crisscrossed Oahu.[5]

War and statehood[edit]

During World War II HECO power plants, now linked to busy military bases, generated more than one million kilowatt hours of electricity each day.

Hawaii became a state in 1959, and by then the entire island of Oahu was electrified. Massive power plants, some still in operation today, came online. HECO flipped the switch on a 116 MW plant in downtown Honolulu in 1954. The state's first reheat steam turbine generator went on line at Kahe on the west coast of Oahu. Today, Kahe is the state's largest plant with a total generating capacity of 650 MW.

Island expansion[edit]

HECO purchased Maui Electric Company (abbreviated MECO and pronounced ME-coh) in 1968. In 1970 HECO also acquired the Big Island's Hilo Electric Light Company (later to be renamed Hawaii Electric Light Company, abbreviated HELCO and pronounced HEL-coh). MECO had expansion plans of its own. In 1988, it acquired the Lanai City power plant on the island of Lanai, and in 1989, Molokai Electric Company on the island of Molokai. Hawaiian Electric Industries, Inc. (HEI) was created as a holding company for these various utilities in 1983.[1] At the moment,[when?] HECO is developing a self-healing grid in eastern Oahu and Waikiki, to ensure a reliable electrical supply.[6]

On December 4, 2014, NextEra Energy tendered an offer to purchase HEI for $4.3 billion. The sale required approval by the Hawaii Public Utility Commission.[7] On July 18, 2016, it was announced that the merger was cancelled after the State PUC disapproved the deal.[8] The merger included plans to convert HEI's oil-fired generating plants to run on natural gas, which were to use liquified natural gas imported from a British Columbia plant of FortisBC. The upgrades were cancelled as they were dependent upon approval of the merger.[9]

Generation[edit]

In 2016 HECO produced 8.8 TWh, of which 2.3 TWh were renewable.[10] Most of the power came from oil, using 8.5 million barrels in 2016, down from 10.7 million barrels in 2008.[11]

2010[edit]

Oahu: total firm generating capability in 2016 was 1,726.5 megawatts for 304,261 customers, with 19.4% coming from renewable resources.[12]

HECO Owned Plants (oil) Megawatts
Honolulu 113 - Decommissioned in January 2014
Waiau 499
Kahe 651
CIP 120
Independent power producers Megawatts
H-POWER (waste-to-energy) 46
Kalaeloa Partners, L.P. (oil) 208
AES-Hawaii (coal) 180

Maui: total firm generating capability is 274.1 megawatts for 70,872 customers, with 36.9% coming from renewable resources.

MECO Owned Plants (oil) Megawatts
Maalaea 212.1
Kahului 37.6
Lanai 10.4
Molokai 12.01
Hana (Dispersed generation) 2.0
Independent power producers Megawatts
HC&S (hydro, bagasse, coal, recycled oil, oil) 16
Maui Non-firm Generation (as-available) Megawatts
Kaheawa Wind Power (Phase I) 30
Auwahi Wind 21[13]
Makila Hydro .5
Lanai Sustainability Research (PV) 1.2

Big Island: total firm generating capability 281.4 megawatts for 85,029 customers, with 54.2% coming from renewable resources.

HELCO power plants (oil) Megawatts
Hilo 35.5
Puna 36.5
Keahole 80.6
Kanoelehua 21.8
Shipman 15.2
Waimea 8.3
Dispersed generation 4.0
Independent power producers Megawatts
Puna Geothermal Venture 30
Hamakua Energy Partners (naphtha) 60
Non-firm generation (as-available) Megawatts
HELCO’s Lalamilo wind farm 2.3 - Decommissioned in December 2010
HELCO’s Puueo & Waiau units (hydro) 4.35
Apollo Energy Corp.(wind) 20.5
Wailuku River Hydroelectric 12.1
Hawi Renewable Development (wind) 10.56
Keahole Solar Power (concentrated solar power) .5
Other small producers (wind, hydro, oil) <1

Electric vehicles[edit]

Through a cooperative effort with HECO, High Technology Development Corporation (HTDC), an agency of the State of Hawai’i, initiated the Hawai’i Electric Vehicle Demonstration Project (HEVDP) consortium to develop an electric vehicle industry in Hawai’i.[14] The islands have about 5,000 rechargeable vehicles.[11]

Future plans[edit]

In 2015, the Hawaii State Legislature amended the State's Renewable Portfolio Standards to establish the nation's first goal of 100% renewable energy: [15]

Year RPS %
2020 30%
2030 40%
2040 70%
2045 100%

Hawaiian Electric has indicated in its Power Supply Improvement Plan that it will achieve these goals early,[16] including achieving 100% renewable electricity for the island of Moloka'i by the year 2020.[17]

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