Electric Vehicles in Hawaii
To reduce Hawaii’s consumption of petroleum within the transportation sector, the State Energy Office is looking at plug-in electric vehicles (EV) as well as other alternative transportation solutions to address the challenges of modernizing our energy system and building a clean transportation future. Hawaii’s leaders and stakeholders view the adoption and widespread deployment of EVs as a key approach towards the reduction of our fossil fuel dependency.
The widespread deployment of EVs in Hawaii is a key approach toward the reduction of fossil fuel dependency, and Hawaii’s drivers have enthusiastically adopted EVs as their mode of transportation.
The State of Hawaii has launched a mobile application designed to help drivers locate publicly available EV charging stations statewide. The free EV Stations Hawaii app is available for Apple and Android smartphones and mobile devices. The app’s interactive map will help drivers pinpoint EV charging stations statewide as well as provide detailed information of the station, giving them the confidence that they can recharge while they’re on the road.
Reports, guidebooks, and directories on electric vehicles in Hawaii.
Information on state and federal laws for electric vehicles.
Learn about programs that will help pave the way for the electric vehicles in Hawaii.
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