Leidos awarded contract to administer Hawaii Energy energy efficiency program

Written By: Stratton Report
July 14, 2016

On July 14, Leidos announced that it had been awarded a prime contract by the Hawaii PUC to administer the Hawaii Energy conservation and efficiency program. The contract has a three-year base period worth $85 million followed by two successive three-year extensions.

Under the new contract, Leidos will oversee design and implementation of a wide range of newly developed and traditional commercial and residential rebate offers, as well as numerous training and educational initiatives for a clean energy future.

Leidos has administered the electric ratepayer-funded Hawaii Energy program since 2009. The program serves Hawaii, Honolulu and Maui counties in the state of Hawaii.

According to the infrastructure, national security and health solutions company, energy efficiency plays a key part in achieving the state’s goal of achieving a 100 percent renewable energy portfolio standard by 2045.

Jim Moos, senior vice president for Leidos’ Infrastructure, Environment and Security business remarked:

“Hawaii is a national leader in its energy conservation and efficiency efforts. Our energy efficiency experts implementing the Hawaii Energy program will continue to serve as a catalyst to facilitate renewable energy integration and support a 100 percent clean energy future.”