Monday, November 30, 2015


Henry Curtis: “Should HECO be converted into electric cooperatives?” (video)

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. Website:  He spoke to Kokua Council at their regular November meeting on potentially converting the Hawaiian Electric Company into a cooperative—and much more. Tune in to the video below for information you won’t get from the mainstream media.

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