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Your home deserves the investment

Your wallet deserves a break.

Below is a stockpile of resources for you to

see how you can make your home sustainable.

Our community is stronger when we stand together.


Student Resources

on energy conservation

Solar Water Heating NEW: UP TO $1,500 REBATE

Solar Water Heater Tune Up NEW $200 REBATE

Need help financing your solar water heating system?

Refrigerator Purchase NEW $100 REBATE


Hawaiʻi Energy Saving Resources for Businesses

Lighting Instant Rebate Program

MEO Grant


for 2021

Grant Workshop Packet

Hawaiʻi Dept of

Labor & Unemployment

SNAP Application

Protect your Home From Wildfires

Maui County Water Department has a free toilet upgrade program that could benefit your family through savings on your water bill and efficiency on water.  The link is above, in the title, as well as in the icon above it.​

Maui County has a free rain collection barrel program that could help you to upgrade your farm or garden.  The sturdy barrels are made of 100% recycled material and can save you a ton of money.

Maui County Water Department has a free dishwasher spray nozzle program for restaurants that operate in Maui County and use Maui County Water.

Links are above.

We recycle, you get paid! Rid-a-Fridge makes it easy for residential electric customers to surrender old, working refrigerators and freezers. We will recycle old, working units for FREE and pay you. Residents of Hawaii island, Maui County and Oahu will receive $75 for each one.

Rebates are available to residential electric utility ratepayers on Hawaii Island, Lanai, Maui, Molokai and Oahu only. They are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are subject to availability of funds, restrictions, change and/or discontinuation without advance notice. Kauai residents are serviced by a utility cooperative and therefore not eligible for Hawaii Energy rebates. Please contact the Kauai Island Utility Cooperative for more information at (808) 246-4300.

Hawaiʻi Application for Public Housing

Farm Planning on Maui

Agriculture Benefits in Maui

Property Permit Information

Paid for by Nā Hoaaloha o Kahala     PO Box 1793,  Wailuku, HI 96793