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Governor Neil Abercrombie, Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc., (MMNA), and Cutter Mitsubishi of Aiea hosted a ceremony today at the State Capitol whereby government and private sector leaders gathered as Bryson and Bridget Nishimura of Waipahu took delivery of Mitsubishi Motor’s first 100 percent electric vehicle made for North America.

Mitsubishi kicks-off their first EV car for North America in Hawaii

Governor Neil Abercrombie, Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc., (MMNA), and Cutter Mitsubishi of Aiea hosted a ceremony today at the State Capitol whereby government and private sector leaders gathered as Bryson and Bridget Nishimura of Waipahu took delivery of Mitsubishi Motor’s first 100 percent electric vehicle made for North America.

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Hawaii residents who purchase new electric vehicles or install electric vehicle chargers after Aug. 1, 2010 may be eligible for rebates or grants under the Hawaii Electric Vehicle (EV) Ready Program, Lt. Gov. James R. "Duke" Aiona, Jr. has announced.

Hawaiia’s electric vehicle rebate, grant program announced

Hawaii residents who purchase new electric vehicles or install electric vehicle chargers after Aug. 1, 2010 may be eligible for rebates or grants under the Hawaii Electric Vehicle (EV) Ready Program, Lt. Gov. James R. “Duke” Aiona, Jr. has announced.

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Waimea resident Doug Teeple (right), who has not been to a gas station in more than two years, shares his e-Ghia with students.

Going green at the Student Congress on Sustainability

Waimea resident Doug Teeple (right), who has not been to a gas station in more than two years, shares his e-Ghia with students.

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Are Hawaii drivers ready to plug in?

Are Hawaii drivers ready to plug in?

Karin Stanton / Hawaii247.com Contributing Editor KAILUA-KONA — Imagine the world as a better place, one without the pollution and noise of myriad vehicles. That’s what Shai Agassi envisioned. So, a year ago, the software entrepreneur revved up Better Place, a venture-backed company that aims to reduce global dependency on oil by providing a cleaner, […]

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