Vehicle Charging Stations Blessed at Maui Hospital

November 13, 2012, 9:29 AM HST (Updated November 13, 2012, 9:30 AM) · 0 Comments

(Pictured left to right): Chaplain Amy Crowe, Brian Yano and Shanda Vistacion, MMMC Management Analyst. Courtesy photo.

By Wendy Osher

Maui Memorial Medical Center celebrated the recent installation of two electric vehicle charging stations on the hospital grounds.

Hospital chaplain, Amy Crowe conducted a blessing of the stations, located at the front of the Emergency Department, and behind the main hospital building.

“We are excited to offer these charging stations to our community as more people make the transition to electric cars,” said MMMC Facilities Director, Brian Yano. “We see their value in providing another option for those car owners.”

The parking stall-stations are open to the public; however, charging is limited to four hours per vehicle per day, and there is a $15 charge for use.

The Aerovironment, Inc. charging stations can be activated by using an RFID fob or by calling (888) 833-2148.



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