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From Pacific Inno:
Hawaiian Electric is accepting applications for its new Charge Up Commercial pilot program, the electricity provider announced this week.
The three-year pilot program intends to help customers reduce the upfront cost of installing electric vehicle charging equipment in stores, businesses, condominiums, office buildings, and fleet and parking facilities, according to the company. Hawaiian Electric will pay up to $90,000 per project to install equipment, including transformers, conduit and electric panels, to support customer-purchased charging stations, according to Alan Yonan Jr., senior communications specialist at Hawaiian Electric.
The $5 million program aims to help establish up to 30 new charging sites across Oahu, Hawaii Island, and Maui County, according to Hawaiian Electric. In addition to reducing the cost of charging infrastructure, the company will be available as an advisor to its customers from start to finish, according to Yonan.
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