Saving Money for Your Businesses

Find out how we can help your business save money.

Energy Conservation Kits for Businesses

Help Your Small Business Save Money

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.

Energy Conservation Publications

Check out these energy conservation guides and booklets for homes and small businesses.

Power to Save for Small Businesses

Power to Save for Small Business

Offers ideas to help you launch a workplace energy conservation program and inspire employees to get involved.

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Ways To Save at Work

Ways to Save at Work

Find practical, cost-saving tips to help small businesses conserve energy.

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Energy Conservation Posters

Download and print these free posters (8-1/2" x 11") to remind employees to conserve energy at work.


Watt Meter Lending Program

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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 will loan small businesses a Kill-A-Watt meter for a period of two weeks. Please call 543-7777 to make a request.


Additional Resources

ENERGY STAR® Purchasing
Information on ENERGY STAR® qualified products and savings calculators to help estimate the annual and life cycle costs associated with appliances and equipment.

Food Service Technology Center (FSTC)
FSTC is the industry leader in commercial kitchen energy efficiency and appliance performance testing.

Hawaii Energy
Processes rebate applications for qualified energy efficient products.

Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism (DBEDT)
DBEDT's Green Business Program assists and recognizes environmentally responsible businesses.

U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Tips on saving energy.