Pearlridge Center Joins The EV Charging Station Movement
Thanks to a partnership with Honolulu Ford and Solar Help Hawaii, Volta Industries LLC now provides free electric vehicle charging stations at three new locations, including Pearlridge Center.
“This is such an exciting time for us,” stated Arden Penton, Volta’s director of media and operations. “To be able to partner with one of Hawaii’s premier local solar companies and the island’s leading Ford dealership to provide free electricity shows huge strides in the long-term, clean and renewable energy efforts being made in our communities.”
The other free charging stations are available at Ward Centers and Koko Marina Center.
The company, which was founded in 2010, installed the first charging station in the state at the capitol in 2011. It also has installed EV charging stations in California and currently is working to expand its presence in California and Arizona.
“Our focus has always been promoting energy efficiency and providing cost savings to our customers,” stated Dale Domen, president of Solar Help Hawaii. “We are so thrilled to give EV drivers the opportunity to power up for free and encourage more people to adopt this sustainable technology.”
“We are thrilled to partner with Volta,” added Danny Asao, general sales manager of Honolulu Ford. “We’ve been serving Hawaii for more than 50 years, giving customers the most innovative auto solutions to meet their transportation needs.
“Our efforts to make green cars more available aligns perfectly with Volta.”
For more information about Volta Industries, visit its website at voltacharging.com.