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2011 Executive Auto Guide Volume Three

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The Cars & Energy display at the First Hawaiian International Auto Show Illustrated how Hawaii's renewable energy can fuel cars of the future.

The Cars and Energy display at the auto show used the fact that there are 650,000 blue/green tiles in the Tadashi Sato mosaic in the State Capitol rotunda. This number coincidently coincides with the 654,000 passenger vehicles on Oahu. According to the Hawaii Clean Energy initiative, these 654,000 vehicles will have to transition, at least 46% HADA believes, to electric, hydrogen, or some other type of alternative energy use—in one generation—by 2030, to hit the state's Hawaii clean energy in vehicles goal.

The display shows that as the alternative energy sources come on line (propellers and turbines turn, etc.) the tiles in the mosaic turn red, up to 46%, symbolizing Hawaii's transition to electric vehicles, plugin hybrids, hydrogen vehicles, and others, during the 20-year period, while the 500 million gallon barrel of oil drains down to 150 million gallons—the goal in 2030.


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2011 Executive Auto Guide - Volume 3

Finding the Perfect “Office on Wheels”

Imagine having access to your e-mails, appointment calendar and business contacts at your fingertips without stepping foot into your office.

That's right. Hawaii Business magazine's 2011 Executive Auto Guide takes a look at the latest and hottest new car trends designed for Hawaii's savvy businessmen and women. Auto experts from our island's top car dealerships provide an insider's guide on the latest models in the industry. This edition of the Executive Auto Guide explores how today's advanced technology allows auto buyers to be connected in their mobile office without ever missing a beat. This is the third publication in a series of four quarterly guides.


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