ENERGY STAR® High Efficiency Appliances Online Rebate Application

For residential electric utility customers of Hawaii, Lanai, Maui, Molokai and Oahu. This program does not apply to newly constructed homes.

Eligibility Requirements and other Terms and Conditions

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Fill out Utility Account information where appliance is installed

Note: Contract ID is located on the top right corner of your electric bill.

Note: name listed on electric bill or facility name

Note: name listed on electric bill or facility name

Note: enter only if not the same as the account holder
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 Account Holder      3rd Party      Property Owner      Landlord      Property Mgmt.      Tenant    
Enter Payee (Check will be issued to the information below).

Note: U.S. mailing address only
Check the item you are applying for and fill in the needed information.
Sign Agreement Clause

I certify that the information I have provided is true and correct for the equipment for which I am requesting a rebate. I have read and understand the Terms and Conditions as stated here.

Hawaii Energy Terms and Conditions

  1. Rebates:  

    Subject to these Terms and Conditions, Hawai‘i Energy (“the Program”) will pay rebates for qualifying appliances.  Please allow 6 to 8 weeks to receive the rebate depending on seasonal fluctuation of processing demand.

  2. Eligibility:

    1. An “Applicant” is a scheduled account holder of an electric utility on the islands of Hawai‘i, Lāna‘i, Maui, Moloka‘i or O‘ahu who contributes to the Public Benefits Fund where the electricity-saving energy efficiency measure has been installed.  Rebates are awarded only to an eligible Account Holder. The Account Holder can reassign the rebate payment to another Payee designated in Step 2. Applicants are ultimately responsible for compliance with these Terms and Conditions.

    2. Qualifying Appliances” are those electricity-saving items that are identified in the program applications and associated materials. All equipment must be new, meet Program specification requirements and be fully operable prior to rebate payment.

      1. All appliances must be ENERGYSTAR® rated to qualify for a rebate.  A list of qualifying appliances can be found at

      2. Refrigerator must be 16 cu. ft. or larger.

      3. Heat pumps must be less than or equal to 55 gallons to qualify (due to updated federal codes and regulations) as of December 1, 2015.  The Applicant should size their water heater appropriate to hot water needs.  Heat pump water heaters purchased at Lowe’s and Home Depot are in store instant rebates only and are not eligible for this rebate.

    3. If applications are incomplete or missing supporting documentation required, the applicant will be contacted to provide missing information.  If missing information is not provided, the rebate application will be declined.

    4. The receipt must have manufacturer, model, purchase price, and purchase date.

    5. Rebate application must be received within sixty (60) days of purchase date, unless otherwise specified in the application itself.

    6. Applications for newly constructed homes or newly purchased homes with appliances do not qualify.

    7. Appliances must be installed to receive the rebate.

    8. An old working, 14 cu. ft. or larger, refrigerator must be surrendered for recycling in order to receive the rebate.

    9. Convertible refrigerators do not qualify for this program.

  3. Installation Verification and Data Collection:

    1. The Program may conduct an inspection to verify pre-installation conditions or confirm installation prior to rebate payment, at any time after receipt of applications and up to five (5) years after payment of rebates.

    2. The Applicant must provide reasonable access to the facility, the equipment and related documentation and data.

    3. The Program may install metering devices on equipment for Program data collection, measurement and verification purposes.

  4. Compliance:

    The Applicant is responsible for abiding to all applicable laws, rules, and regulations, and for complying with all federal, state and local codes.

  5. Program Availability

    Payment of rebates is not guaranteed and is subject to the availability of funds.  Program availability, Program terms, and equipment eligibility may change without notice at any time at the discretion of the Program.  Please see for program updates.

  6. Publicity:

    The Program reserves the right to publicize Applicant’s participation in the Program for promotional purposes unless the Applicant submits a written request to the Program.

  7. Disclaimers:  

    1. The Program is not responsible for any tax liability imposed on the Applicant as a result of the payment of any rebate.

    2. The Program is not responsible for obtaining any missing information, signatures, invoices or going to the installation site or contacting the Applicant to inform Applicant of incomplete or missing documentation.

    3. The Program does not expressly or implicitly warrant the performance of installed equipment, the quality of any contractor’s work, or that the EEM will result in any energy or cost savings.

    4. The Program is not responsible for the proper disposal or recycling of any waste generated as a result of this project.

    5. The Program does not endorse any particular market provider, trade ally, manufacturer, product, laborer or system design by offering this Program.

    6. The Program does not guarantee that funding will be available for payment of rebates until this application has been verified and approved by Hawai‘i Energy. Submission of the application does not warrant payment under any circumstances should the application not be approved or funding is not available.

  8. Indemnification and Limits of Liability:

    1. Applicant will indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the Program and its administrator Leidos, Inc, and the Program’s and State of Hawai‘i’s agents, contractors, employees, officers and directors from any and all liability, claims, loss, damage, death or injury including reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs, arising out of or relating to the field or site inspection, installation, use and maintenance of the equipment, designs, practices or methods involved in the Applicant’s project.

    2. In no event shall either the Program, or any other indemnified party be liable for any punitive, exemplary, special, indirect, incidental or consequential damages (including, but not limited to, lost profits, lost business opportunities, loss of use or equipment down time, and loss of or corruption to data) arising out of or relating to this agreement, regardless of the legal theory under which such damages are sought.

  9. Entire Agreement:

    The entire agreement between the Applicant and the Program is composed of an approved, fully-executed application, these Terms and Conditions, and, as applicable, attachments to the application and/or worksheet, pre- installation approval letters, invoices, receipts and any and all such other documentation as required by the Program.