$2M energy efficiency program selects companies to do the workPacific Business News, November 25, 2014
Hawaii Energy has selected Honeywell Smart Grid Solutions, Matrix Energy Services and Ibis Networks Inc. to help small businesses, restaurants, residents in smart-metered neighborhoods and schools save energy as part of a nearly $2 million program.
Honeywell was selected for one residential and one commercial project through its “Green Neighborhood Program.” It will initially engage Moanalua and Pearl City residents participating in Hawaiian Electric Co.’s smart meter pilot program by installing free energy efficiency measures, distributing educational materials about rebates and incentives and providing information about how to use their smart meter web portal to track energy usage.
Honeywell’s commercial project is targeted towards customers who participated in Hawaii Energy’s Small Business Direct Lighting program within the past three years.
Matrix Energy Services will offer turnkey energy efficiency technologies, including LED lamps and signs to commercial ratepayers such as hotels, retail stores, personal services locations, fitness centers, restaurants, grocery and convenience stores and the common areas of multi-family facilities.