Hawaii News Now | November 19th, 2013
Don’t let the sun set on your solar project! Recent changes made by Hawaiian Electric Co. may require homeowners who live in neighborhoods that have high levels of solar photovoltaic installations to undergo a study before they are approved to install a PV project. What this means for consumers and businesses is that it is more than important than ever to move forward with their solar projects now to avoid additional delays or costs to connect to the grid.
RevoluSun, Hawaii’s leading provider of residential and commercial solar systems, has proven experience working with utilities where grid space is an issue.
Join us for an interactive neighborhood session in Kalihi on Tuesday, November 19, 2013 and learn your electric circuit to ensure your solar projects move forward as efficiently as possible. The event is scheduled from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m., at Kalihi Palama Public Library, 1325 Kalihi Street.
Also, the event will offer what solar technologies are available, and what systems are the best for their home or business.
Attendees will find out:
- the ability to connect in your neighborhood,
- how to secure your space,
- anticipated timeline and costs,
- financing options, even if a study is required
- how solar works,
- what solar systems are available,
- how to determine which system is best for your needs,
- how to navigate and capitalize on the numerous tax credits available,
- how to save money with solar.
Parents are welcome to bring their children. Space is limited, and reservations are requested. Please call 748-8888 to reserve your space.