I'm glad you're enjoying your existence in your idyllic tropical paradise, with long days full of plentiful sunlight to power your electric toys. But before you get too carried away with your sacrifice and selflessness, let me ask if you've ever considered the energy drain required to support your little world. Transporting your "TV, refrig, microwave, and the computer/monitor," not to mention the mini-Cooper, all the way to Hawaii takes loads of energy and creates its own pollution. That's one of the reasons the cost of living is so high in Hawaii. The "every bit" of difference that you think you're making is totally overwhelmed by the transportation penalties.
Maybe the entire Moped Army should move to Hawaii, and we'll bring our friends and families, too. Then we can all ride around on sunlight-powered contraptions. And when your little private piece of paradise becomes crowded and noisy, maybe you'll recall how the "other half" lives.
You make some good points in your post, but I suggest you keep the self-righteous oh-I-just-do-what-I-can-to-save-the-Earth crap to yourself. You're placing a much heavier burden on the Earth's resources than you care to admit. Your "small car" may make you feel like you're saving fuel, but its on the backs of others who have to consume it to keep you where you are. Move to Gary, Indiana or Dearborn, Michigan or Akron, Ohio and then tell us how much you're saving the Earth.