>>Hawaii to join electric car project
December 3, 2008, 5:00 pm
Filed under: Transport

The Hawaiian Electric Companies have signed on to the Better Place electric car program, which we’ve been following carefully for about a year. Here’s the Reuters story.

Briefly, Better Place LLC, a Silicon Valley start-up, has signed up Nissan-Renault to build the cars, NEC to build the batteries, and Israel, Denmark, Portugal, three Bay Area cities and now Hawaii to build charging infrastructure and provide incentives for consumers to buy the cars.  The Hawaiian project will invest over $200 million in recharging stations.

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