L This is hailed as a significant benefit to the local community. Charging at home is often overnight, and can be time consuming. Because of it's 480V charging, all the time you need to charge a Nissan Leaf -or any other EV- is around 30 minutes. Use of the charger has been good through the year but we've since noticed a few folks have questions regarding the site. So here is a primer to the Charge Bliss Level 3 Fast Charger.
The Shops at Maunalani in beautiful Kamuela on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Please refer the Pictorial Guide to Charging at The Shops at Mauna Lani @ http://evhawaii.org/pictorialguideshops.pdf by Douglas Teeple of the Big island EV Association (https://www.facebook.com/evhawaii/)
A network is needed to use an FEVC, like a phone plan. Our customers use Greenlots network (lots of people do as there is no membership fee) but there are other popular ones like Charge Point; there are plenty, each with pros and cons. I'd suggest have them do research online or see what's the most practical on Hawaii.
A free application, from the App Store or Google Play store, to see what type of chargers are available nearby, anywhere on their smart phone.