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This is a monthly newsletter from the Hawaii Powered team, where we update you on our work to move toward a clean energy future and the ways you can stay involved. Thank you for engaging with us!
What’s the latest?

  • Visit our online participation site for island-specific updates! Want to know what’s happening on your island? We’ve added island-specific updates to our participation site so you can keep a pulse on developments in your local community. Visit updates by island - While you’re there, explore our online hub for the latest information on grid planning. This page includes a blog, community surveys and answers to frequently asked questions. We’ll continue to update this page in the coming months, so stay tuned for more interactive tools and opportunities to share your thoughts. Visit the site
Plugged In – Hawaii Powered News & Updates

The Hawaii Powered blog, Plugged In, provides viewers with a deeper dive on topics related to clean energy, explains technical concepts, spotlights community stories and brings new voices to the forefront of the energy conversation. Check our latest posts, below.

What are non-wires alternatives?
Solar panels on a resident rooftop

Typically, moving electricity involves a complicated network of poles, wires and substations. New energy technologies are providing additional options. Learn about the benefits of non-wires alternatives (NWAs) and what that means for you as a customer.

Energy efficiency: The power to change is in our hands 
Four young adults think about the future of our environment 

Energy efficiency is about reducing the overall amount of electricity we consume, especially during the evening peak from 5 to 9 p.m. Reducing our energy use - especially during times of high demand – helps stabilize customer bills, reduce the risk of outages and lower greenhouse gas emissions.

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Thank you for continuing to move us toward a more equitable, clean energy future. Mahalo!