Hawaii Energy Provides $83,568 Incentive To One Waterfront Towers
Posted January 03, 2014
Hawaii Energy presented an incentive check for $83,568 to One Waterfront Towers, a 307-unit condominium in Honolulu, for its commitment to become even more energy-efficient.
One Waterfront Towers recently optimized their chilled water air conditioning plant by engaging Hawaiian Building Maintenance to install meters, variable frequency drives, two-way valves, a bypass control valve along with the Armstrong Integrated Plant control system. This new automated control system uses the patented Hartman Loop Technology which monitors and operates the chiller plant in the most energy-efficient manner possible.
The $83,568 is the incentive amount provided by Hawaii Energy to offset the cost of the new system. One Waterfront Towers will save an estimated 624,000 kWh or $170,000 annually based on $0.24/kWh.
To learn more about energy efficiency incentives available for your home or business, visit www.hawaiienergy.com.
Hawaiian Building Maintenance (HBM) was established in 1957 when Allied United Maintenance began offering professional cleaning services to major commercial clients in Honolulu. Primarily a janitorial company in the beginning, then over the next two decades offered a broader range of customized services to its established accounts. By the mid 90’s, HBM started to expand their Mechanical Maintenance services. The company expanded from one project and six mechanical service employees to currently over 20 engineering and maintenance accounts and approximately 100 building engineering service employees. We have expanded our building engineering services to include demolition, construction services and currently energy savings and sustainability services. We also provide Air Conditioning and Refrigeration installation and maintenance services with a fleet of trucks to service many clients.