If you’re tired of paying high electric bills that only seem to increase every year, consider going green in 2013! By investing in a renewable energy system for your home, you’ll reduce your utility bills and provide a direct return on investment that is sure to pay for itself in years to come.

Among the many green products currently out there, solar photovoltaic (PV) systems have become the “it” renewable energy system to install in your home. PV systems are used to generate electricity by harnessing the energy from the sun. Once installed, the benefits of a PV system can be seen each month with a drastic decrease in your electric bill. However, the initial cost to purchase and install a PV system in your home isn’t cheap. There are state and federal tax credits to assist with these overall costs, but even with these tax benefits, other assistance may be needed when making this type of investment in your home.


To assist with the costs of installing a PV system, Hawaii Central Federal Credit Union (HCFCU) introduces its new-and-improved Solar Photo-voltaic Loan Special to make it easier for homeowners to go green and save.


Unlike many other PV loans offered in Hawaii, HCFCU’s PV Loan Special allows you to work with the solar contractor of your choice and does not require the use of your home’s equity. With no payments for the first six months, the company’s Solar PV Loan Special was revised in hopes to make PV systems more affordable to members and other homeowners. With flexible terms available, the experienced loan officers are there to work with you to find the best financing solution for your specific needs and situation.

If going green in ‘13 is one of your remodeling goals, let HCFCU help you achieve this goal by getting a renewable energy system installed in your home. For more information about the PV Loan Special or any of the company’s other loan products, call the Consumer Loan Department at 536-3677 or visit 681 S. King St.


HCFCU is federally insured by NCUA. Certain restrictions apply. Interest will continue to accrue during the first six months of the loan.

contact // 536-3677
address // 681 S. King St.
web // www.hccu.info