For a job done well, turn to the pros

By Hawaii Renovation Posted in: EnergyExteriorRoofing

Energy Pro Hawaii is proud to announce that they have partnered up with the Hawaii State Teachers Association to secure cooler air-conditioned classrooms for Hawaii’s students. A percentage of every PV installation from now until the end of 2013 performed by Energy Pro Hawaii will be donated to help Hawaii public schools receive much needed air conditioning units installed in classrooms.

Campaign organizer Corey Rosenlee, who is also an educator at Campbell High School, has been the voice and advocate in pursuing cooling Hawaii’s classrooms and has received tremendous support from the HSTA. HSTA president Wil Okabe is in full support of Energy Pro Hawaii’s efforts.

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Since September 6, 2013, HECO has begun imposing new guidelines and criteria on its Net Energy Metering program and its PV saturation rates around Oahu. The changes have led to delays in system installations for some potential PV customers and added costs for others.

Saturation rates will continue to rise, and now more than ever residents should be made aware of their current status and do their best to expedite the process. If you are in the market and considering the purchase of a PV system this year, Energy Pro Hawaii has the resources and knowledge to help you asses what your current saturation rate is and what you need to do as a consumer to get your system installed by the end of 2013.

Don’t wait until the last minute. Contact Energy Pro Hawaii at 596-2890 or visit the website at www.energyprohawaii.com to see how the team can help you with your future PV system.

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