HVAC

As much as half of the energy used in your home goes to heating and cooling.

Regular maintenance and exploring other energy-efficient cooling options can have a big effect on your energy savings, electric bill and comfort.


Due to the recent closure of appliance recycling facilities on the Big Island, the $50 Window Air Conditioner Trade-Up rebate for Hawaii County are suspended until further notice. Currently, there is no operational recycling facility to properly dispose/recycle these appliances in Hawaii County. Hawaii Energy is actively seeking alternative solutions and hope we can continue to provide this rebate to Hawaii Island participants in the near future. Please call 1-877-231-8222 if you have any questions.

Central & Split Air Conditioning Tune-Up

Keep your central air or split air conditioning system running at peak performance. Hawai‘i Energy recommends a maintenance tune-up at least once a year. Receive a $75 instant rebate when you schedule a tune-up with one of our contractors who has registered with us as a clean energy ally. Keep cool during those hot summer months, book a tune-up and start saving today! For more info call us at: 537-5577 or toll-free (877) 231-8222. The tune-up may be performed on one unit per year OR two per location if there is more than one unit. A unit may be either a packaged air conditioning system or a split air conditioning system (i.e a condensing unit with associated evaporator unit(s).

Window Air Conditioner Trade-Up

Earn a $50 rebate for purchasing a qualified window air conditioner (AC) and trading in your old, working window ac or portable air conditioner unit for recycling! To qualify, your unit must be have an Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) of 11.2 or higher. You could save about $67* per year on your electric bill, plus an energy-efficient AC uses 15% less energy than conventional models.

*Estimated savings based on $0.34/kWh. Savings may vary depending on make, model and usage of your window AC.

Some Simple Buying Tips:

  1. Look on the unit's box for Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) of 11.2 or higher. The higher the rating means the unit is more energy-efficient.
  2. Make sure you are buying the right size Window AC for your needs. To learn more, visit http://energy.gov/energysaver/articles/room-air-conditioners.

How do I get the rebate?

  1. PURCHASE:  Buy a qualified window AC from a participating retailer and receive a rebate application at the time of purchase. Participating retailers include American Air Conditioning, Inc., Best Buy, City Mill, Disco Mart, Home Depot, Lowe’s, Navy Exchange (NEX), Newtown Appliance, Sam’s Club Pearl City, Discount Mutual, OK TV–Ward and Sears.
  2. TRADE UP:Schedule a pick-up for the recycling of your old AC by calling 537-5577 or toll-free at (877) 231-8222. Make sure to have the hauling company sign and stamp your application.
  3. SEND:Submit your completed rebate application along with the original receipt/invoice via mail to the following address: Hawaii Energy, P.O. Box 3920, Honolulu, HI 96812.

Frequently Asked Questions


Solar Attic Fan

Get a $50 rebate on a solar attic fan, which cools your roof and may reduce the load on your air conditioning system.

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Whole House Fan

Get a $75 rebate on a whole house fan that draws cooler, outside air through your living space by pushing the hot air out of the home and out of the attic vents, creating a cooling breeze.

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