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Save Money While You Help Hawaii Get Off Imported Oil
Hawaiian Electric's Demand Response (DR) program rewards Oahu or Maui County residential and business customers for temporarily reducing their electricity during peak energy periods.
The program helps Hawaii reduce imported oil consumption, stabilizes electricity demand for everyone, and rewards you.
New Aggregator Solutions
Hawaiian Electric is shifting to a new model for its Demand Response Program to use Aggregators for the delivery of grid services on Oahu and Maui County.
Hawaiian Electric has contracted with Open Access Technology, Inc.(OATI) and Swell Energy Inc.(Swell) as Customer Energy Resource Aggregators.
OATI Key Alliance members that will be enrolling local customers are Shifted Energy and Sunrun.
The Swell Key Alliance member that will be enrolling local customers is Revolusun.
Aggregator Integration Information
For Companies interested in becoming an Aggregator, see Aggregator handbook for technical information.
- Aggregator Handbook (PDF)
- Attachments A to F Except D (PDF)
- Attachment D - Report Formats (Excel)
- Attachment D - Report Formats Example (Excel)
Oahu Residents can earn monthly incentives while helping Hawaii reduce demand for imported oil and lower electricity cost for everyone.
Oahu and Maui County Businesses can reduce their electrical bills with monthly credits and incentives by automating energy saving strategies during unexpected peak periods.
Request for Proposals - Rooftop Rental Initial Assessment
RFP OPEN AS OF 1/26/2021 - PROPOSALS ARE DUE 3/10/2021
On January 26, 2021 Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc. (the "Company") issued a request for proposal ("RFP") for its Rooftop Rental Initial Assessment: utility-owned, front of the meter photovoltaic and energy storage systems ("PES System") that will interconnect on the utility-side of the meter and be enabled, monitored, and controlled from a centralized system to deliver Grid Services to the Company. The PES systems must also operate in resiliency mode to provide power to the residential customer during grid outages. Specifically, this RFP seeks proposals for up to twenty PES systems to be installed on residential single family homes by the second quarter of 2021.
Completed proposals must be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6 PM HST on March 10, 2021. Questions may also be submitted to the same email address. Please include "RFP No. 031021-01" in the subject line.
To access the RFP document, please click on the link below:
Based on questions from potential bidders and updated Company policies, several attachments (B1, B2, C3, and C4) were amended. Please see the Response to Questions from Potential Bidders for more details.
Customer Energy Resources (CER) Services and Technology Market Update Survey Results
Closed on November 13, 2020.