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County Calls For Proposals to Upgrade EV Charging Stations

January 18, 2020, 2:16 PM HST
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Maui County has released a request for proposals to upgrade and expand public electric vehicle charging stations at various county properties.

Officials say the invitation is part of the county’s “commitment to support the development and deployment of clean transportation options across Maui County.”

Qualified bidders are welcome. The deadline to submit a notice of intent to submit a proposal is 4 p.m. on Feb. 14. Proposals are due by 4 p.m. on Feb. 21.

The request for proposals is designated as RFP 19-20/P-116. It was released on Jan. 16.

This RFP seeks to upgrade legacy electric vehicle charging infrastructure at its EV Ohana sites, as well as to deploy additional public EV chargers at other selected county-owned sites.

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Officials say the upgrades will help Maui County accelerate its efforts to achieve its goal of 100 percent clean ground transportation by 2045.

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