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Mitsubishi Motors North America and the State of Hawaii have teamed up to improve the infrastructure and advance the deployment of electric vehicles – especially the Mitsubishi i – in the tropical island. Estrella Seese, acting energy program administrator at Hawaii's Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, says that the project is part of an overall mission by the state to have 70 percent of its energy come from "clean energy" by 2030.

Mitsubishi Motors and its distributor, Cycle & Carriage Automotive PTE Limited (CCA), signed a collaborative deal to "popularize electric vehicles (EVs)" with Singapore's government. Under terms of the agreement, Mitsubishi, via CCA, will supply 25 i-MiEVs for Singapore's EV task force's "test-bedding project" – another name for field trials. Singapore's multi-agency task force will install the required charging infrastructure and use the test vehicles to evaluate the potential cost be