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Bankruptcy leads to minor jolt for island’s EV drivers

August 15, 2013
Maui Weekly

The Maui News - Apparently, the departure of an Israel-based company that installed various electric vehicle charging stations on Maui has not created a "major problem" in Maui County, where at least 235 electric vehicles are registered, said Anne Ku, head of the Maui Electric Vehicle Alliance.

Better Place, which later filed for bankruptcy, has had seven charging locations on Maui, according to information from OpConnect's Website.

Although the old charging stations remain, a problem exists because key fobs needed to access the old chargers have run out, leaving new customers without a way to use the charging stations.

"I don't think it's a major problem. There are so many other charging stations," Ku said last week.

 
 

 

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