For Residential Customers:
3 types of INSTANT REBATES available from “HAWAII ENERGY”. (Subject to their availability so hurry before ends!)
1. Mini-Split VRF Air Conditioner
Mini-split air conditioners with Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) technology are a great energy saving and cooling solution for multiple rooms in your home. We now offer two rebate amounts: $150 rebate for units up to 24,000 BTU/2 Tons OR $250 rebate for units from 24,0001-36,000 BTU/3 Tons.
2. AIR CONDITIONER TUNE-UP NEW REBATE INCREASE!
Keep your home’s central or split air conditioning system running in tip-top shape by booking a maintenance tune-up. When you do, you’ll receive a $100 instant rebate. Save your money on Electric bill by keeping your AC maintained to be energy efficient and cool! (As much as half of your energy used in your home goes to cooling.)
3. WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER TRADE-UP
Earn a $50 rebate for purchasing a qualified window air conditioner (AC) and trading in your old, working window ac or portable air conditioner unit for recycling! To qualify, your unit must have an Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) of 11.2 or higher. You could save about $67* per year on your electric bill, plus an energy-efficient AC uses 15% less energy than conventional models.
*For more info and how to be qualified please visit Hawaii Energy Website below.
For Business Owners:
1. TAX INCENTIVE for COMMERCIAL HVAC purchase!
By upgrading old inefficient HVAC systems with high-performance HVAC systems, customers can experience improved comfort by tax break! Now business owners can immediately deduct HVAC upgrades for their expenses! *
*In the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, expansion of Section 179 (26 U.S. Code § 179) grants commercial businesses the ability to immediately deduct up to $2.5 million in qualifying non-residential HVACR equipment purchases (at a 35% tax rate) with a $1 million cap, effective Jan. 1. Previously HVAC improvements made to non-residential properties were depreciated over a 39-year period, and the maximum deduction was $500,000.
For more information visit ACCA website: www.acca.org