Learn how Hawaii Energy can provide you with rebates for purchasing and installing energy-efficient equipment in your business that will cut your electricity costs for years to come.
Hawaii Energy has solutions for businesses both large and small.
Click the links below for details:Rebate Summary Sheet Energy Usage Release Form Ways to Reduce Peak Demand
Save energy on those smaller appliances in your business that are quietly using power day and night, like refrigerators and vending machines.
Understanding how energy is used throughout your business facility is the first step in a holistic, whole-building approach to reducing energy consumption and also energy costs. Energy Audits and Retro-commissioning can help.
Making energy-efficient changes to the exterior of your building (e.g. window film) can reduce your energy consumption and save you money on your electric bill.
Replacing old equipment such as ice machines and fryers in your restaurant or business is an easy way to save you energy and money.
For equipment upgrades or energy efficiency projects where calculating energy reduction requires a more rigorous process, our team of energy engineers can help to identify potential energy savings and, just as important, estimate a customized rebate. Our downloadable custom lighting worksheet can be used for projects with non-standard LED lighting equipment. For all other equipment types, please download the Non-Lighting worksheet. Feel free to contact us to help you get started.
Electric vehicles may help you save money on fuel, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and lighten the load on the electric grid.
Improving your HVAC equipment is an easy way to increase the energy efficiency of specific areas of the HVAC system, lowering energy use and energy costs.
If your commercial, industrial or government building owns aging transformers, retrofitting to high-efficiency transformers may provide up to 60% energy savings over the existing equipment.
Replacing existing fixtures with energy-efficient lighting is one of the fastest and easiest ways to save electricity and money.
Start off on the right foot by incorporating energy-saving features into building design and exceeding building code requirements.
Whether you operate and maintain a hotel, condominium, office building, retail store, restaurant, or hospital, you can save energy by examining your pumps and motors.
Refrigeration can account for over two-thirds of total energy use in grocery stores and supermarkets. Upgrading your refrigeration technology is an easy way to increase efficiency and reduce your electricity costs.
Measuring and monitoring energy use can have an impressive impact. In fact, just the idea that their energy use will be individually measured (and billed!) is enough to motivate people to reduce their energy use before the meters are even installed! Multifamily and commercial buildings with electrical “master-meters” can minimize operating costs and reduce energy consumption by submetering common areas, owners’ units and mixed-use vendors, as well as parking structures and retail spaces.
Energy-efficient alternatives to water heating, such as the installation of heat pump water heaters or solar water heating, is a great way to give your water heater a break.