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Hybrid Car Review: Hawaii Rebates for Plug-in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles

Friday, May 14, 2010

Hawaii Rebates for Plug-in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles

Hawaii will receive $4.25 million in stimulus money to help develop the plug-in hybrid car market in the island state. Rebates of $4,500 will be made available to those who purchase an electric or plug-in hybrid starting on August 1st. The program ends March 30, 2012.

That's in addition to the up to $7,500 available nation-wide. In addition, another $500 will be offered to those who purchase a charger for their new vehicle.

This is good news for those who were excited to learn Hawaii had been added to the short list of the initial states the Nissan Leaf would be available in. Also, the Chevy Volt launch date is rapidly approaching.

Another $3.25 million will be allocated for the installation and deployment of charging stations.

Rebate forms and grant applications will be available on the state's energy website and is given on a first-come first-served basis.

Source: KITV

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