Programs & Partners
Following is a list of programs and partners that are paving the way for electric vehicles in Hawaii.
Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative (HCEI)
The Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative is a partnership between the State of Hawaii and the U.S. Department of Energy that launched in 2008. It brings together business leaders, policy makers, and concerned citizens committed to leading Hawaii to energy independence.
Hawaiian Electric Rates and Programs
Hawaiian Electric Company provides optional Time of Use Rates to encourage customers to charge EVs and use electricity during hours which best integrate with the grid and renewable energy.
Hawaii Energy is a ratepayer-funded energy conservation and efficiency program administered by Leidos Engineering, LLC under contract with the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission serving the islands of Hawaii, Lanai, Maui, Molokai and Oahu.
A demonstration project that aims to improve the integration of renewable energy resources into Maui’s Smart Grid and prepare our electric system for efficient adoption of all-electric vehicles.
Hawaii Automobile Dealers Association (HADA)
The mission of HADA is to help auto dealers comply with the laws so as to make car buying by the public trouble free. HADA is a nonprofit 501(c)6 Trade Association.
Sustainable Transportation Coalition of Hawaii
The Sustainable Transportation Coalition of Hawaii (STCH) is a program coordinated by Blue Planet Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to clear the path for clean energy in Hawaii. STCH supports locally driven efforts to reduce the use of petroleum in Hawaii’s transportation sector through education and outreach. The Coalition is a source of information and can provide technical assistance regarding the benefits of using alternative fuels, alternative fuel vehicles, as well as reducing petroleum consumption through VMT reduction and mode shift.
The Clean Cities program is a national alternative fuel/advanced technology deployment program administered by U.S. Department of Energy’s office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s Vehicle Technologies Program. The Clean Cities program has a network of over 90 volunteer coalitions across the nation.
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