Joining the Grid-Supply program
The Hawaii Public Utilities Commission’s 25-megawatt capacity limit for grid-supply projects on Oahu may be reached this month. RevoluSun Smart Home, Hawaii’s premier solar and Smart Home solutions provider, is urging Hawaii homeowners wanting solar to reserve their space for the grid-supply program now.
Bring your HECO bill into RevoluSun Smart Home’s Innovation Center and get help fi ling and submitting your application before the grid cap is reached. Come in any time during working hours to speak to a professional. RevoluSun Smart Home has seven years of experience working closely with the utility and getting applications processed swiftly and properly.
“Getting into the grid-supply program is urgent now and we have the industry’s top experts here to expedite applications and guide you through the process,” said Chief Operating Officer Colin Yost. “Rooftop solar will remain a smart choice for Hawaii homeowners of all income levels for years to come with new financing programs and government incentives.”
Reserving a place in the limited Grid-Supply program is the best action to take right now. However, RevoluSun Smart Home also has storage options for self-supply that are more attractive and affordable than ever before.
“We offer many battery options for the self-supply world that will emerge after the grid-supply limit is reached,” said Chief Innovation Officer Eric Carlson.
Hawaii is striving to meet its 100 percent renewable energy goal. The state is only at about 20 percent renewable right now, and RevoluSun Smart Home has a variety of options for Hawaii residents to do their part to achieve a more sustainable future. RevoluSun’s Innovation Center has become a regular meeting place for the public and the free monthly seminars have been packed. The next seminar is Sept. 17, from 10 to 11 a.m., at 210 Ward Ave. This is a free event. Space is limited, so RSVP at revolusun.com.