In a story reported by Duane Shimogawa of Pacific Business News, Hawaiian Electric Co. and two solar energy trade associations said they are working together to define criteria that will allow customers who committed to installing solar photovoltaic systems prior to the September rules changes to interconnect their systesm at no additional costs for safety upgrades.
KHON2 reported that solar booming across Hawaii is helping home owners save on their utility costs and should make homes more valuable when selling. But, they say that some consumers who do not own their systems may be unpleasantly surprised.
In recent years, the Hawaii community has witnessed an unprecedented surge in photovoltaic (PV) companies. However, as business levels off, companies with little-to-no qualifications are disappearing from the market as quickly as they came in.
Solar Wave remains one of the few PV companies in the community whose business has continued to produce significant profits due to its secure business model and breakthrough technology.
Solar Wave announced today that it is now offering its turn-key PV system solutions to homeowners rather than just commercial clients. Since 2007, the company has been on the forefront of the commercial market providing solar solutions to clients such as C.S. Wo & Sons, Ltd., HomeWorld, Shipman Self-Storage and a number of schools including Punahou, Iolani, Mid-Pacific Institute and more.