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HELCO energy credit program set to close again soon

The popular HELCO incentive program which allows customers to send excess energy to the grid and receive credits on your HELCO electric is going to close in a few short months – or earlier if its capacity is reached before then. Apply as early as possible! Let us help you maximize your solar investment in…

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Earn $$$ credits with the HELCO CGS program, open for a limited time!

Yesterday, HELCO formally announced that more space is available in the popular CGS (customer grid supply) program that gives you $$$ credit for power you send to the grid. Space is very limited so it is important to get your application in as soon as possible. The CGS program is open to Hawaii Island homeowners,…

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PUC rejects solar bid to lift cap on customer grid-supply option

By Duane Shimogawa – Reporter Pacific Business News Hawaii regulators have shot down a request by an alliance of solar energy industry trade groups to increase the cap on one of the options for installing rooftop solar that replaced net energy metering, according to public documents. Earlier this year, the solar groups, including Sunpower Corp.…

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PUC merges solar programs’ queues

By Kathryn Mykleseth The state Public Utilities Commission has opened up a possibility for solar customers to get credit on their electrical bills, but that depends on grandfathered customers of a more lucrative program forfeiting their place in line. The PUC said in an order issued Friday that new solar customers could enroll in the…

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CGS Subscription Status – Closed!

The limit for Big Island solar systems that send power to the grid has been reached. If you have a NEM or Net Energy Metering agreement you are allowed to store energy on the grid.  If you have not installed your NEM system and need help, call us and we will see what we can…

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CGS Subscription Status – Urgent!

Big Island customers who want solar still have options even as the capacity limit for rooftop solar systems that send excess power to the Hawaii Island grid is almost reached.

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