Hawaii Gets First Charging Stations For Nissan Leaf

By Pacific Business News (Honolulu)

Hawaii now has its first network of commercial charging stations for Nissan Leaf electric cars.

American Electric Co. LLC has installed the charging stations at Hawaii Nissan dealerships. It is currently not known how many dealerships have received the Leaf charging stations.

American Electric is also able to perform residential installations of the charging stations.

The first Nissan Leaf vehicles were originally scheduled to arrive in Hawaii by the end of January, but a spokesman told PBN that it is unknown when the vehicles may arrive.

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