If you don’t have far to go, an electric car can make a lot of sense. You know what group of people doesn’t have far to go? People who live on an island, that’s who. For this reason we’re feeling some synergistic love as the State of Hawaii partners with AeroVironment, a company that also makes some goofy looking UAVs for DARPA, to deploy up to 320 public EV charging stations plugs across Kauai, Hawaii Island, Maui, and Oahu. All will be 240v Level 2 units that can charge an average EV in between four to eight hours. That’s plenty of time to grab your board and get worked on some swell — or to work on your tan if you’re feeling a little less aggro.
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