Given today’s highly competitive market, finding ways to save money on energy costs makes sense. This kit offers Hawaii’s small businesses ideas to launch and manage their own energy conservation program.
BOOKLETS Power to Save for Small Business provides a guide for employers to launch their energy-conservation program. Click on the images to downlaod a PDF.
Ways to Save at Work lists easy-to-follow tips for offices and commercial kitchen environments.
Download and print posters (8 1/2” x 11”) to remind your employees to conserve energy. Customize them by adding your company’s logo in the space provided.
WATT METER LENDING PROGRAM
The Kill-A-Watt is a watt meter that measures how many volts, amps, watts and kilowatt hours are being used to operate an appliance. The meter can help you compute the electrical usage of equipment and appliances at work.
Hawaiian Electric Company will loan small businesses a Kill-A-Watt meter for a period of two weeks. Meters must be picked up at 900 Richards Street. Call 543-7511 to make a request.
Processes rebate applications for qualified energy efficient products.
Hawaii’s Energy Future
An informational website that provides an overview of the diverse energy resources needed to power Hawaii’s future and to ensure our energy security. This site also offers energy tips and resources.