Take Action Now. Easy steps can really add up.
Four ways you can save energy, money and the environment.
Reduce Energy Use
In Hawaii, our peak energy use is from 5 – 9 p.m. in the evening. Conserving energy during the peak helps our islands move away from fossil fuels. Simple things like turning on fans instead of AC or raising thermostats to 78 degrees can really make a difference.
Shift Energy Use
Sign up for our Time-of-Use plan and you can take advantage of lower rates during daytime hours. Shift your energy use from peak evening hours and you can save money. Plus, you’ll help the environment, since more renewable energy is on the grid during the day.
Discounts and Rebates from Hawaii Energy
Get a head start on using energy more efficiently by taking advantage discounts and rebates on Water Heating, Lighting, ENERGY STAR® Appliances, HVAC and more from Hawaii Energy.
Small Things Make a Big Impact
You can lower your electric bill with free energy saving tips. When more of us put these simple tips into practice, the bigger impact we’ll have on climate change. By reducing the overall demand for electricity, we also reduce our dependence on imported oil.
Power to Change Sweepstakes
Hawaii Energy and Hawaiian Electric have partnered to encourage residents and businesses to think about their energy use and take steps to consume less.
To kick off the campaign, the “Power to Change” sweepstakes* launches April 22, 2022, and runs through May 22, 2022. Customers are able to enter daily by pledging how they will change their daily energy habits.
Energy-saving prizes such as smart power strips will be awarded, with a grand prize provided by Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort – a three-night stay in the resort's exclusive Alii Tower.
* NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR TO WIN. Void where prohibited. View official rules.
Seven simple water and energy conservation tips
With the urgent request from the Honolulu Board of Water Supply to reduce water use and our ongoing need to be responsible stewards of energy use, it’s an ideal time to assess how you use water and electricity. These tips can help you save no matter which island you live on.