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Caribbean islands plug into electric car revolution
by Sophie Hares
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
25 July 2018
On 25 July 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Burdened by a costly dependence on imported fuel for energy, Barbados and many other Caribbean islands are considering boosting the number of electric vehicles on their roads. In the five years since [Joanna Edghill] and her husband started their company Megapower, it has sold 300 electric vehicles and set up 50 charging stations plus a handful of solar car-ports on the 21 mile-long (34 km) island of Barbados. They are now expanding elsewhere in the Caribbean.
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