Switching out your old appliances to ENERGY STAR® certified models will help you save energy and reduce your monthly electric bills immediately.
With current shipping delays and shortages, it pays to plan ahead and upgrade now to avoid the stress of being without a much-needed clothes washer or fridge! Our rebates can help with up-front costs, and your savings can help you recoup your investment.
Check out our guide below* to see if it’s time to upgrade your old appliance.
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*Costs of electricity and savings vary over time, so it’s important to note that efficient appliances provide many other major benefits and hidden savings. Design changes made to use less electricity will often improve the appliance in other ways, resulting in a better quality product for you, with less maintenance needed. For example, ENERGY STAR® washers and dryers can typically wash more clothes in a single load and dry them faster – and let’s not forget that you’ll be making a significant contribution toward reducing harmful greenhouse gas emissions and making Hawai‘i a better place for future generations..
Refrigerator Trade-Up $150 REBATE
A fridge aged 20 years or older uses about twice as much energy as a new ENERGY STAR® certified refrigerator. If it’s time for an upgrade, you can get a $150 rebate when you purchase a qualifying ENERGY STAR® certified refrigerator from a participating retailer.
Please note: This rebate requires that you have a working refrigerator (14 cu. ft or larger) to trade in.
If you have backordered this appliance, please allow 10-12 weeks for its delivery. For more information regarding current supply and shipping delays, visit HawaiiEnergy.com/covid-19-program-updates.
- Step 1: Purchase a new ENERGY STAR® certified refrigerator (greater than 16 cu. ft.) from a participating retailer. At the time of purchase, arrange to have your old, working refrigerator picked up by your retailer.
- Step 2: Fill out the rebate application. You can download this using the button below.
- Step 3: Sign the application and have the hauler stamp it upon picking up your old unit. Applications may be mailed to Hawaii Energy, P.O. Box 3920, Honolulu, HI 96812 and must be postmarked within sixty (60) days of the purchase. You may also email your application HawaiiEnergy@honeywell.com.
*The Rid-A-Fridge and Trade-Up offer may not be combined. Trade-Up applications are available on a first-come, first-served basis with approved retailers during point of purchase, to ensure proper recycling. Rebate is subject to change without notice.
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Refrigerator/Freezer "Rid-A-Fridge" Offer $75 REBATE
By keeping a second refrigerator in your basement or garage, you could be wasting as much as $125 per year. Let us recycle that old working refrigerator/freezer for FREE and pay you! Residents of Hawaii island, Maui County and Oahu will receive $75 for each one. Click here for more details.
Heat Pump Water Heater Limited time increase $500 In-Store INSTANT REBATE
An option for reducing your energy cost is to consider installing an ENERGY STAR® certified heat pump water heater for your home. Get an in-store instant rebate at these participating retailers: Ferguson/The Plumbing Store, Home Depot or Lowes.
Washers & Dryers
You can save loads of money and energy by upgrading to an energy efficient washer and dryer. Purchase an ENERGY STAR® certified washer and/or dryer for cutting edge technology along with the highest energy efficiency savings possible. Look for the ENERGY STAR logo on products at local retailers for the models with the best values.
Washing dishes in a new ENERGY STAR® certified dishwasher rather than hand washing can cut your utility bills by about $40 per year. It uses less than half as much energy and saves more than 5,000 gallons of water each year. Look for the ENERGY STAR logo on products at local retailers for the models with the best values.