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a goal HECO is looking to achieve as well. want to see customers bills lowered so we have affordable costs and it helps support a health economy and healthy Hawaii, said Kimura. Share this:Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)HECO owns more than half of the power generation on Oahu. Because the state didn want the utility to own everything, it made HECO spread around ownership. Kalaeloa Air Force Black White
PUC, said Yost. can absolutely do it, said Yost. just a matter of how we get there so we want to focus the PUC attention on the ways that are best for the customer.
Partners supplies 20 percent of the island electricity, AES Hawaii 11 percent and the city H Power six percent. Renewables, including wind farms and solar rooftops, contribute a smaller portion. The suppliers are not the same. AES, for example, Green Nike Air Force
panels Air Force Men Shoes to the grid in neighborhoods that already have many panels. Now HECO says it will triple solar by 2030. plan is about affordable cost for customers. It about clean energy to protect our island environment and it about reliability, said Shelee Kimura, Hawaiian Electric vice president of corporate planning and business development. It an aggressive plan, according to HECO, and one that aims to not only move toward more renewable energy, but also reduce the cost we pay by up to 20 percent. want to reduce our customers bills by 20 percent over that time so we expect to see reductions and some fluctuations up front, but reductions overall through 2030, said Kimura. That 20 percent price cut is based off the rate customers pay today, but will be inflation adjusted by 2030. of the game changers we have is switching from high cost oil to lower cost LNG (liquefied natural gas) and that is going to enable us to cost savings that we can invest into our grid, said Kimura. is a very ambitious goal and we believe we can deliver, said Kimura. are very committed to executing the plans we have put forth.
uses coal and has the lowest cost conventional power plant on the island. they do have different.
HECO remains confident, some have concerns. of the things they need to do to reduce cost in the long term they cannot do because they don know what the demand for electricity will be in the future, said Fereidun Fesharaki, chairman of Facts Global Energy (FGE). initial thought is that there are parts that are encouraging and parts that are clearly going to change and not be accepted by the PUC, said Yost. The PUC will get the final say on HECO plan so nothing is set in stone yet. That why Yost believes there will be some changes. also talked about increasing the charge for customers with solar that have to pay that increase. We think that is dead on arrival at the Nike Air Force Bordeaux
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