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HELCO postpones geothermal award for Hawaii

Puna Geothermal Power Plant, Big Island, Hawaii (source: betterplace.com)
Alexander Richter Alexander Richter 3 Dec 2013

Hawaii Electric Light Co. (HELCO) has postponed the decision on the award of a contract for a 50 MW geothermal development on the Big Island of Hawaii. No new date is given.

Hawaii Electric Light Co. has missed a deadline to announce a decision on the award of a contract for a 50 MW geothermal development on the Big Island of Hawaii.

So on Monday, HELCO will determine a new date for the contract award.

There were six companies that provided bids in September for the project which is estimated to cost up to $200 million.

Source: Pacific Business News