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Oshima named HEI president / CEO

MEDIA RELEASE Hawaiian Electric Company, a subsidiary of Hawaiian Electric Industries, announces Alan Oshima has been named president and chief executive officer of Hawaiian Electric Company, effective Oct. 1, 2014. A respected business leader with almost 40 years of energy, regulated utility, legal and community relations experience in Hawaii, Oshima will succeed Dick Rosenblum, who […]

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HEI submits plan for energy future

MEDIA RELEASE Highlights of the plan, to be achieved by 2030: * More than 65 percent renewable energy * Electric bills reduced by 20 percent * Nearly triple the amount of distributed solar Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hawaiian Electric Industries, Inc., and its subsidiaries, Hawaii Electric Light Company, Inc and Maui […]

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PUC orders lower electricity costs, more solar

MEDIA RELEASE The Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has announced four major decisions and orders today that collectively provide key policy, resource planning, and operational directives to the Hawaiian Electric Companies (HECO Companies). The orders require the HECO Companies to develop and implement major improvement action plans to aggressively pursue energy cost reductions, proactively respond […]

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Hawaiian Electric Companies introduce new logo

MEDIA RELEASE The Hawaiian Electric Companies has introduced a new logo that represents the companies’ roots in the islands as well as their commitment to developing a better energy future for Hawaii. “We’re proud of our long history of service to our islands. At the same time, we know we need to continue to change […]

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HECO announces departure of Alm

MEDIA RELEASE Hawaiian Electric Company has announced Executive Vice President Robbie Alm will be leaving the company, effective Aug. 30. “Our company has gained so much from Robbie’s leadership in the community over the years so we understand and respect his decision to seek additional ways to contribute to our community,” said Dick Rosenblum, Hawaiian […]

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