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Rolling power outages due to lack of generation capacity on Hawaii Island

Hawai‘i Electric Light is asking Hawai‘i Island customers to conserve electricity use this evening (especially between 6-8 p.m.) due to the unavailability of three major generators. Rolling outages are occuring on Hawaii Island to distribute the shortfall of power.

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The Memorial Day weekend kicked-off with the Hawaii Airshow Invitational Friday through Sunday at Kona International Airport.

Hawaii Airshow Invitational at Kona International Airport

The Memorial Day weekend kicked-off with the Hawaii Airshow Invitational Friday through Sunday at Kona International Airport.

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Hawaiian Electric Company, subsidiary of Hawaiian Electric Industries, Inc, today signed a contract for a local company, Aina Koa Pono, to provide sustainable, locally grown and processed biofuel for electric generation in Hawaii. With planned operations in the Ka‘u region of the Hawaii Island, the project will initially supply biofuel to Keahole Power Plant on that land.

HELCO to use Ka‘u biofuel at Keahole power plant in Kona

Hawaiian Electric Company, subsidiary of Hawaiian Electric Industries, Inc, today signed a contract for a local company, Aina Koa Pono, to provide sustainable, locally grown and processed biofuel for electric generation in Hawaii. With planned operations in the Ka‘u region of the Hawaii Island, the project will initially supply biofuel to Keahole Power Plant on […]

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Human use patterns from Kawaihae to Keahole

Human use patterns from Kawaihae to Keahole

MEDIA RELEASE * 6-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 10 at the Thelma Parker Library in Waimea. This free presentation will report on the results of a workshop series conducted with West Hawaii stakeholders in September to put together a digital map of the frequency of human uses taking place in the near shore area in the […]

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Friday morning dawn revealed a blanket of white atop Mauna Kea. One to two feet of fresh snow blanketed the summit, a present from Poli'ahu deposited during the night. The storm and the fresh snowfall immediately becomes the subject of conversation around town, one question to be asked... "Is the road open?"

UPDATE: Mauna Kea summit road open to public

Friday morning dawn revealed a blanket of white atop Mauna Kea. One to two feet of fresh snow blanketed the summit, a present from Poli’ahu deposited during the night. The storm and the fresh snowfall immediately becomes the subject of conversation around town, one question to be asked… “Is the road open?”

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