A Blue Planet Initiative
STCH is administered by Blue Planet Foundation, a local 501(c)(3) non-profit organization clearing the path for clean energy in Hawaii.
STCH supports locally driven efforts to reduce the use of imported petroleum in Hawaii’s transportation sector through…
STCH strives to advance the energy, economic, and environmental security of Hawaii by promoting and supporting the adoption of practices that improve mobility, reduce travel demand, increase the utilization of energy efficient modes of travel...
A Hawaii where mobility needs are met through diverse, sustainable solutions that are efficient, clean, safe, and convenient.
To bring this vision to reality, we have outlined several attainable goals. Accomplishing these will mean we’ve achieved success in our mission…
Hawaii’s Transportation Snapshot
Hawaii’s EV Experts Program
The "Find an EV Expert" tool connects interested car buyers with dealership sales associates who passed our Electric Vehicle (EV) Expert Certification Program. Customers can shop with confidence that the EV Experts are informed about Hawaii's EV marketplace.
Electric Vehicle Programs
Electric vehicles are fast, quiet, clean, and can even save you money on fuel and maintenance. There is a network of over 12,000 EV owners in Hawaii, and you could be next! Learn more about EV ownership by attending an EV event, joining us for National Drive Electric Week, or watching a video.
Hawaii Bike Challenge
With 546 participants and 46 workplaces, we traveled a total of 63,689 miles, saved 5,337 pounds of CO2 emissions and encouraged 147 new riders! This was a great step toward creating healthier and more sustainable transportation habits in Hawaii!
AFLEET Cool Line
Contact us if you are considering alternative fuel or electric vehicles but don't know how they'll affect your bottom line. Using Argonne National Laboratory's AFLEET model, we will compare different vehicle technologies using your fleet duty cycles and operations to provide you with lifecycle cost comparisons to help you make smart procurement decisions beyond point-of-purchase.
Noel Morin is an active member of the sustainability community here in Hawai’i. He is a great example of the impact an individual can have on important issues that are affecting our way of life. From individual changes to sustainable practices to wide involvement in organizations working towards better sustainable transportation choices, Morin proves that individuals can make a difference.