HONOLULU (AP) - Hawaii Energy will send reports to electric utility customers on four islands with information to help people save energy and money.
The reports will go out to 62,000 households on Molokai, Maui, Lanai and the Big Island starting today. The households will receive four reports through June.
The reports will rank a household's energy use with 99 anonymous nearby homes of similar size and construction. The reports will also suggest ways households can save energy and money on their electricity bills.
The initiative expands on a pilot program that began on Oahu last May.
Hawaii Energy is a conservation and energy efficiency program that is paid for by electric utility customers. It is administered by Science Applications International Corp. under a contract from the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission.