A little-known electric car company which goes by the name of Better Place announced on Tuesday that it’s planning a $250 million electric car network in Hawaii. The way the Better Place system works is similar to how you use your cell phone: you pay the upfront cost for the car, but then a network of charging stations will be available all over the place (in this case, only in Hawaii). The founder and CEO of Better Place followed up by saying that the estimated network is merely a ballpark since there currently aren’t any investors, but that an agreement has been settled upon between Better Place and Hawaiian Electric Companies. Hopefully a ton of electric cars will be making Hawaii a Better Place in no time.
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