(Hawaii) Energy Efficiency Rebate Program
The Hawaii Energy – Energy Efficiency Program offers incentives for residential customers on Hawaii, Maui, Lanai Molokai, and Oahu for investments in Energy Star appliances and other approved energy efficiency measures. Rebates are only available for retrofits. Rebates are available for a variety of appliances, certain air conditioners, air conditioner servicing, and whole house energy monitors.
Appliances must be installed on one of the eligible islands and participants must apply for rebate within six months of purchasing the appliance. The incentive is limited to one of each appliance with the exception of ceiling fans and air conditioners, of which participants can claim rebates for up to five purchases. Additional restrictions apply; interested customers should visit the program web site for more information.
As part of the Energy Solutions programs, Hawaii Energy also provides rebates for heat pump water heaters to replace existing residential systems. High-efficiency water heater rebates vary based on tank size. In order to be eligible for this rebate, residents must live in their homes year round and purchase a program approved model. Interested customers can view a list of retailers selling eligible models on the program website, fill out the rebate application, and call an approved contractor.
|Incentive Type:||State Rebate Program|
|Eligible Efficiency Technologies:||Clothes Washers, Refrigerators, Ceiling Fan, Water Heaters, Lighting, Heat pumps, Central Air conditioners, Whole House Fans, Heat Pump Water Heater, Central Air Conditioner Servicing, Variable Refrigerant Flow AC, Appliance Recycling, LEDs|
Ceiling Fans: $40
Solar Attic Fan: $50
Whole House Fans: $75
Clothes Washer: $50
Refrigerator/Freezer Recycling: $125
Variable Refrigerant Flow Air Conditioner: $200
Central Air Conditioner Servicing: $50
Whole House Energy Monitor: 50% of cost up to $100
Heat Pump Water Heater: $200
|Maximum Incentive:||Whole House Energy Monitor: $100|
|Equipment Requirements:||Appliances and Air Conditioning units must be Energy Star rated.|
|Funding Source:||Public Benefits Fund|