RevoluSun Smart Home, Hawaii’s premier solar and Smart Home solutions provider, is urging Hawaii homeowners getting solar to make sure to reserve their space for the grid-supply program now. The Hawaii Public Utilities Commission put a 25MW cap for grid-supply projects on Oahu, and unless the cap is raised, it may be reached as soon as September 2016!
So now’s the time to either submit a grid-supply application or learn more about self-supply options. RevoluSun Smart Home has seven years of experience working closely with the utility and getting applications processed swiftly and properly. Reserving a place in the limited grid-supply program is the best action to take right now, however, RevoluSun Smart Home also has multiple storage options for self-supply that are more attractive and affordable than ever before.
“We are always hunting for outstanding products to store solar power,” said chief innovation officer Eric Carlson. “We offer multiple battery options for the self-supply world that will emerge after the grid supply is capped. These batteries maximize the usefulness of solar panels by storing the power generated from the sun so that you can use it whenever it’s needed and also fortify your home against power outages by providing a backup electricity supply.”
“Rooftop solar will remain a great option for Hawaii homeowners of all income-levels for years to come,” said chief operating officer Colin Yost. “New financing programs and government incentives make it easy for consumers to save money and help Hawaii reach its 100% renewable goal. We’re only at about 20% renewable right now, so we still have a long way to go!”
RevoluSun’s Innovation Center has become a regular meeting place for the public and RevoluSun Smart Home’s free monthly seminars have been packed. Bring your HECO bill to the next seminar on Saturday, August 20, 2016 from 10 – 11 a.m., at 210 Ward Avenue, and find out how to get your application in before the grid is capped. This is a free event. Space is limited, so please RSVP at www.revolusun.com.
News item from RevoluSun.