Electric Vehicle License Plate
Vehicles displaying an electric vehicle (EV) license plate issued by a government agency shall be allowed to utilize designated spaces on the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa Campus for parking and charging of an electric vehicle.

Parking for Electric Vehicles with EV License Plates
Free daily parking is allowed in the Lower Campus Parking Structure:
  • Monday through Friday
    • 5:00 a.m. to midnight
  • All day on Saturday, Sunday and State holidays
  • On a space available basis
    • The Lower Campus Parking Structure closes to daily parkers once a designated allotment is reached. The Structure re-opens when space becomes available.
Free parking is allowed in designated Upper Campus lots:
  • Monday through Friday
    • From 6:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., for a maximum of three hours in visitor parking stalls
    • After 4:00 p.m. to closing, in any Upper Campus non-reserved stalls
  • All day on Saturday, Sunday and State holidays, in non-reserved stalls
Charging of Electric Vehicles with EV License Plates
Electric vehicle charging stations are located on the first floor of the Lower Campus parking structure, Phase I. ChargePoint now provides our charging service (replacing OpConnect and the Better Place system). Stay charged wherever you go with the World's largest charging network.

The ChargePoint app makes it easy, or sign up online for your free ChargePoint card. Take advantage of the new "Tap to Charge" feature as an easy, convenient way to pay for your EV charge. The feature also connects to Apple Watch. [more info]

Charging cost (Zone 20): $0.44/kWh (kilowatt hour, time is calculated as the entire duration car is plugged in.)