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Nissan ‘No Charge to Charge’ expands to Hawaii

Nissan North America, Greenlots, Inc., and EVgo are bringing the “No Charge to Charge” (NCTC) promotion to the Hawaiian Electric Companies’ service territory. It provides up to two years of free fast-charging for those who purchase or lease a new Nissan LEAF from certified dealers in Hawaii after 1 November 2018. A fast charger can fill a LEAF battery pack from empty to 80% in 30 to 45 minutes.

The US’ largest public fast charging network, EVgo, has administered the “No Charge to Charge” promotion since 2015, providing fast charging to Nissan owners in 55 markets across the country, making it accessible to 93% of LEAF owners.

Anyone who purchased or leased a Nissan LEAF after 1 November 2018 at a participating dealership can receive one complimentary 30-minute DC fast charging session per day for two years.

Participating Hawaii stations, marked with an EZ-Charge logo, are at the following locations:

  • Oahu: Hawaiian Electric Ward Avenue office

  • Maui: Maui Electric Kahului office, Haiku Shopping Center

  • Hawaii Island: Hawaii Electric Light Hilo and Kona offices, Waimea KTA, The Shops at Mauna Lani, Keaau Shopping Center, Papaaloa Country Store

Free charging is accessed through an EZ Charge Card, available from participating dealers.


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