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Got dirt? Hawaiian Electric partnered with community members on the Leeward Coast to install a mulch path in its landscaped property next to our Kahe Power Plant

Got dirt? Hawaiian Electric partnered with community members on the Leeward Coast to install a mulch path in its landscaped property next to our Kahe Power Plant

Aquatic plants at the Waikiki Aquarium and its Mauka to Makai Festival. Every year, Hawaiian Electric provides support for the festival in the form of native Hawaiian plants families can receive for free. #Community #Aina #Aquarium

Aquatic plants at the Waikiki Aquarium and its Mauka to Makai Festival. Every year, Hawaiian Electric provides support for the festival in the form of native Hawaiian plants families can receive for free.

Taking part in the Mahuahua Ai O Hoi Heeia wetland restoration project, Hawaiian Electric employees cleared invasive vegetation and helped prepare trenches for new kalo to be planted. #aina #wetlands #volunteer

Taking part in the Mahuahua Ai O Hoi Heeia wetland restoration project, Hawaiian Electric employees cleared invasive vegetation and helped prepare trenches for new kalo to be planted.

A bay laurel plant at Hawaiian Electric’s Arbor Day event.

A bay laurel plant at Hawaiian Electric’s Arbor Day event.

Every year, Hawaiian Electric, Maui Electric, and Hawaii Electric Light celebrate Arbor Day by helping to give away thousands of plants on their respective islands. Visit ArborDayHawaii.org to learn more about the events occurring in November.

Every year, Hawaiian Electric, Maui Electric, and Hawaii Electric Light celebrate Arbor Day by helping to give away thousands of plants on their respective i.

Nan-Madol: Off the island of Pohnpei in Micronesia, lies the ancient city of Nan Madol. Built on a coral reef exclusively from colossal basalt rocks (weighing up to 50 tons), the city is intercrossed by a multitude of canals and connected via submerged tunnels. Its scale has been compared to the Great Wall of China and the Great Pyramid, even though the Pyramid-stones only weigh about 3 tons each. Compare the buildling techniques to Gunung Padang, dated 5000 - to potentially 20,000 years…

Nan Madol: The City Built on Coral Reefs. Smithsonian article on Nan Madol. Basalt boulders and prismatic columns.

A Hawaiian Electric volunteer helping to pick up trash along a bike trail in Pearl City, Oahu. #community #volunteers #Hawaii

A Hawaiian Electric volunteer helping to pick up trash along a bike trail in Pearl City, Oahu.

“We cannot control the wind but we can direct the sails.”

Please remember to be aware of trees near power lines and stay at least 10 feet away from them on your weekend adventures.

The Big Island Invasive Species Committee recently kicked off Hawaii Invasive Species Week with an albizia control effort in Lava Tree State Park. Our employees and other volunteers treated over 2,860 Albizia trees. Our companies continue to explore ways to proactively manage vegetation, prepare for storms, and reduce the possible impact of trees and other vegetation on our power lines. #aina #albizia #volunteering

The Big Island Invasive Species Committee recently kicked off Hawaii Invasive Species Week with an albizia control effort in Lava Tree State Park. Our employees and other volunteers treated over 2,860 Albizia trees. Our companies continue to explore ways to proactively manage vegetation, prepare for storms, and reduce the possible impact of trees and other vegetation on our power lines. #aina #albizia #volunteering

Human beings have used the wind to supply power for thousands of years, starting with sail boats to travel or fish and wind mills to grind grain or lift water. Today, harnessing the wind is also one of the cleanest, most sustainable ways to generate electricity. Learn more: https://www.hawaiianelectric.com/clean-energy-hawaii/clean-energy-facts/renewable-energy-sources/wind

Human beings have used the wind to supply power for thousands of years, starting with sail boats to travel or fish and wind mills to grind grain or lift water. Today, harnessing the wind is also one of the cleanest, most sustainable ways to generate electricity. Learn more: https://www.hawaiianelectric.com/clean-energy-hawaii/clean-energy-facts/renewable-energy-sources/wind

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