Less than a year after replacing the Net Energy Metering program, the Customer Grid Supply (CGS) Program reached its 5 MW cap and has been closed on the island of Hawaii. Maui, which was also limited to a 5 MW cap, reached its capacity limit in June 2016. Oahu is not far behind. According to HECO, a little more than 4 of 25 MW are still available.
“Actual remaining capacity may be significantly lower than the 4.29 MW reported by HECO on 8/23,” says Colin Yost, COO of RevoluSun Smart Home. This figure does not include applications that have been submitted which are “in processing.” Many consumers are rushing to get their applications in before the program closes, so near the end, it’s typical that applications will be submitted at an accelerated rate.
If you know anyone who is considering going PV, tell them get their application in now! Let them know they can get help from RevoluSun. There’s no obligation to get the system (or to go with RevoluSun to install their system), but our experts will help them file their applications properly and quickly.