Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Mark your calendar (Jan. 26): Learn how you can get involved in decisions affecting the sale of the Hawaiian Electric Company
Are you concerned about your electric bill? Are you one of those waiting for your solar system to be allowed on the grid? Just what will the planned sale of HECO to a Florida mega-corporation mean to us as ratepayers?
And how can we get involved in decisions related to the proposed sale?
Come to this meeting.
Below is the announcement of the Kokua Council meeting of January 26 at which Henry Curtis, Executive Director of Life of the Land, will explain all.
PLEASE JOIN US FOR LUNCH
Monday, January 26, 2015
11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Miyama Main Hall, Harris United Methodist Church
Nuuanu Ave. and South Vineyard Blvd.
Ample parking - driveway off Nuuanu Ave.
11:30 Luncheon (optional): Various pizza, Salad, Dessert——$5.00 donation
11:50 Welcome: Introductions and Remarks, Larry Geller, President
2015 Board Elections
12:00 Program: Henry Curtis, Life of the Land, “Public Involvement in the Proposed Sale of HECO”;
Why should the public care about the sale of HECO, MECO and HELCO to Nextera?
What are the benefits and risks? How can the public influence the process?
Henry Curtis is Executive Director & Vice President at Life of the Land Hawaii, a Hawaii-based, Hawaii-focused environmental and community action group founded in 1970.
12:30 Questions and Answers