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Electric buses coming to Big Island
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27 March 2019
On 27 March 2019 Big Island Now reported:
The move to replace fossil-fueled, combustion engine buses with cleaner, quieter, more efficient electric buses on the Big Island, O'ahu, and Maui got a boost from Public Utilities Commission approval of a pilot program offering special time-of-use rates for electric bus charging. The commission approved the Hawaiian Electric Companies' new rates for a total of up to 20 bus fleet customers on three islands ... it is expected at least 130 electric buses will be added to fleets during the course of the pilot, including tour buses, school buses, and public transit systems.
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