Rebate program initiatives available to support energy renewables and efficiency in Hawaii


Hawaii has at least four rebate program initiatives available to consumers as incentives that support energy renewables and efficiency, according to data obtained from the Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE).

DSIRE is maintained by the North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center at North Carolina State University.

The center provides summaries of state and federal incentives, as well as those offered by U.S. territories, local governments, and electric and gas utilities.

Incentives can include tax incentives, grants, loans, rebates, industry recruitment/support, performance-based incentives, technical resources, feed-in tariffs, renewable energy credits, solar renewable energy credits and green building incentives.

DSIRE also contains information on rules, regulations and policies related to the incentives, including public benefit funds, building energy codes, appliance/equipment efficiency standards and energy standards for public buildings.

The database is limited to incentives and policies from only investor-owned utilities in the U.S., and electric cooperatives and municipal utilities with more than 30,000 customers.

Hawaii Rebate Program Initiatives

Program
Commercial Energy Efficiency Rebate Program
KIUC - Solar Water Heating Rebate Program
Residential Energy Efficiency Rebate Program
Solar Water Heater Rebate

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