Don't forget to Update your HECO Interconnection Agreement!

Dated: May 9 2020

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Did you just buy an Oahu home with photovolatic panels?  
If you did, whether it's leased or owned you must file to update your interconnection agreement with Hawaiian Electric (HECO). 
The process is simple.  First - visit the website:  HECO - Customer Renewable Programs - Transfer of Ownership
Read read through the explanation, and download the form: 
Gather your sale documents -- look for your deed and closing statement.  If the system is leased, you will need to provide a copy of your deed.  If your system is owned, it will only be necessary to declare the date of transfer -- which is the closing date of your transaction. 
Hawaiian Electric wants to help you through this process and provided an email address: connect@hawaiianelectric.com 
Congratulations on the purchase of your home with PV -- it is great to be a part of the renewable solutions for a Green Hawaii!
As always, if you have any questions or wish to learn more about homes with photovolatic, please give Kasandra Shriver a call or email!  (808) 221-8904, kasandra@kasandrashriver.com.
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Kasandra Shriver

Kasandra Shriver started her career in real estate 2012, and joined HomeQuest, Realtors LLC in 2014 where she is a REALTORĀ® Broker. She is a homeowner and investment property owner and has both the ....

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