Proposed Big Island Clean Energy Projects to be Discussed

ENGIE Hawai‘i will be hosting a televised town hall meeting on Nā Leo TV on April 30, 6 to 7 p.m. to discuss two proposed solar and energy storage projects in the Puakō and Waikoloa area. These proposed solar and energy storage projects will reduce the use of fossil fuel, bring stability to electricity prices, and protect Hawaiʻi Island’s environment for future generations.

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ENGIE Hawai‘i is one of several companies who proposed clean energy projects to Hawaiian Electric as part of an effort to bring more clean, affordable energy to customers. Hawaiian Electric is expected to select projects this May to be built over the next two years.

This televised town hall meeting, which will have no studio audience, is being held in lieu of an in-person meeting in compliance with social distancing guidelines in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The interactive town hall will take questions from viewers via phone and email. 

Interested residents can tune in to ENGIE Hawaiʻi’s town hall meeting on April 30, 6 to 7 p.m. on Nā Leo TV, on cable or online at naleo.tv. The broadcast will also be archived on ENGIEHawaii.com.

More information about the proposed Puakō and Waikoloa projects, plus proposed battery storage projects on Maui and Oʻahu, can be found at ENGIEHawaii.com. Residents are also invited to sign up for the email list at ENGIEHawaii.com, send questions to info@ENGIEHawaii.com, or call (808) 315-5531.

Nā Leo TV to Air “Hawai’i Island Conversations” on Topic of Thirty Meter Telescope

Nā Leo TV announces they will be broadcasting live their June edition of “Hawai’i Island Conversations.” This special show will feature a panel discussion on the Thirty Meter Telescope project, a proposed astronomical observatory that has become the source of controversy over its planned location on Mauna Kea. Tentatively scheduled to appear on the panel are Harry Fergerstrom, E. Kalani Flores, Kealoha Pisciotta, along with Douglas Ing, Paul Coleman, and Richard Ha.

The show will air live, Thursday, June 15, 2017, on Channel 53 at 6:00 p.m. HWST and will stream online at www.naleo.tv and on Facebook Live at @naleotv. The show will be rebroadcast on the Nā Leo TV Channels and will be available on Video on Demand at www.naleo.tv/vod/

“Hawai’i Island Conversations” is a new series highlighting relevant topics, stories and people impacting Hawai’i Island.

Nā Leo TV, broadcasting on Oceanic Time Warner Cable public access Channels 53, 54, and 55, via the internet at www.naleo.tv and on social media at @naleotv.

Nā Leo TV Debuting New Show – Mayor Kim to Appear on First Episode

Nā Leo TV will be debuting a new show called “Hawaiʻi Island Conversations,” a show about relevant topics and people impacting Hawaiʻi  Island.

The first show will feature Mayor Harry Kim along with the Finance Director, Collins Tomei, and Deputy Director, Deanna Sako, in a conversation regarding the Hawaiʻi County Budget.

The show will air live beginning at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, May 16, 2017. Rebroadcast of the show will air on the Nā Leo TV Channels and on its Video on Demand feature at www.naleo.tv/vod/.

About Nā Leo TV

Nā Leo TV – The Big Island of Hawaiʻi’s local public access TV station bringing diverse, original, and relevant programming to our Big Island Communities. Broadcasting on Oceanic Time Warner Cable public access Channels 53, 54, and 55, and via the internet at www.naleo.tv.