Hawaii’s overall goal for energy efficiency is to meet the Energy Efficiency Portfolio standard of 30% by reducing electricity demands by 2030. To meet this goal, the state will continue to:
- Align the efficiency regulatory policy framework with clean energy goals;
- Support the retrofitting of existing residential and commercial buildings;
- Strengthen new construction policies and building codes;
- Identify non-building related energy efficiency measures.
As a result of energy efficiency measures to date, Hawaii has already made great strides toward its 30% energy efficiency goal. This means that the dollars businesses and households save on energy can be reinvested into the economy.
Looking ahead, there are vast opportunities for new gains in energy efficiency. Hawaii aims to maximize efficiency through technology, building practices, retrofits, and consumer behavioral change.
Energy Efficiency Financing Workshops
In these uncertain economic times, reducing energy consumption and managing expenses is an important strategy for building owners. More and more building owners and managers are pursuing energy efficiency retrofits to directly lower their operating expenses while increasing net operating income.
We invite you to participate in our FREE Energy Efficiency Financing Workshops to learn about:
- Low interest financing
- How Energy Performance Contracting can guarantee savings
- How energy rebates and incentives can lower the cost of your energy efficiency projects
- Off-balance sheet financing
For more information contact Alan Okimoto at 808-587-3874.
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