Information & Reports
This section includes the various docket attachments Hawaii Energy is required to provide on an annual basis as part of our contract with the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission, as well as other related documents critical to Hawaii Energy’s scope of work.
Hawaii Energy’s COVID-19 Recovery & Resilience Plan
We outline our plans to bring energy cost relief to residents and businesses in light of the pandemic and the subsequent drastic economic changes. This plan was submitted to the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission in August 2020.
Hawaii Energy submits annual and monthly reports to the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission. Reports are below.
Hawaii Energy submits annual plans to the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission. Plans are below.
Technical Reference Manual (TRM)
Each program year, a Technical Reference Manual is developed to provide methods, formulas and default assumptions for estimating energy and demand peak impacts from Hawaii Energy measures and projects.
Custom Project Guidance
The Custom Project Guidance Document supplements the Hawai‘i Energy Technical Reference Manual (TRM) and provides guidance on custom project documentation and energy savings estimation approaches.
Evaluation, Measurement & Verification (EM&V) Reports
Each program year, an independent third-party conducts a comprehensive evaluation and verification of our program. Reports are below.
Monthly Report Cards
These reports generally run a couple of months behind due to the approval process and are reflective of the current program year. If you’d like to see monthly reports for prior program years, please contact us at email@example.com.
State of Hawaii Market Potential Study 2020
The Hawaii Public Utilities Commission contracted with Applied Energy Group to conduct an independent market study to assess the potential for future savings from energy efficiency (EE) programs and other interventions. The study evaluates progress towards the Hawaii Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard and provides hourly stacked impacts potential from EE, electric vehicles, demand response/grid services, and a time of use rate over the next 20 years.
State of Hawaii Energy Efficiency Potential Study 2014
The Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (PUC) contracted with EnerNOC Utility Solutions to conduct an independent evaluation of energy efficiency (EE) market potential in the State of Hawaii from 2013–2030. This study assesses whether Hawaii is on track to meet the EEPS goals by 2030 and identifies the potential that can be achieved by contributing (pg. i, State of hawaii Energy Efficiency Potential Study, 2014)
Legislative Resource Guide
Hawaii Energy is offering this resource guide to state legislators working on clean energy-related policies.