“We’d like to thank Nissan, Mitsubishi and Toyota for their support in designating Hawaii as one of the flagship states to receive their new electric vehicles,” added Mark Glick, State Energy Administrator. “We would also like to recognize the Hawaii Auto Dealers Association for its support, and DCCA for all of its heavy lifting in approving hundreds of rebate applications.”
The federal government continues to offer Plug-In Electric Vehicle Credits up to $7,500. For more information on the federal credit, visit the IRS website at http://www.irs.gov/Businesses/Plug-In-Electric-Vehicle-Credit-%28IRC-30-and-IRC-30D%29.
For more information on electric vehicles in Hawaii, visit electricvehicle.hawaii.gov.