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The following is excerpted from an article by Jen Danziger for Green Car Reports, January 29, 2015. Read the full article here.
Driving Small Electric Cars in the Real World
Reader Jen Danziger explains what it’s really like to drive a very small battery-electric car year-round in the Midwest.
In the years following my [...]Full article →
by Bill Moore for EV World, July 7, 2014
Two-part video interview with Cayman Automotive president John Felder about the introduction of electric cars on Grand Cayman, as well as across the Caribbean region.
Islands are a near perfect venue for electric cars. Distances are usually short, speed limits typically low, and [...]Full article →
NASSAU, Bahamas — The Bahamas has joined forces with the Cayman Islands in promoting a greener economy by offering all-electric vehicles (EV’s) for sale and lease.
EASY Eco-Car, a division of EASY Car Sales, one of the most successful and respected pre-owned car dealerships in The Bahamas, [...]Full article →
When you’re driving an electric vehicle on a small, tropical island, the question “What range anxiety?” comes to mind. When you’re driving an EV in a place with roughly $8-a-gallon gas, then you can also ask, “No, really, why would I be driving anything else?”
People [...]Full article →
George Town, Feb 24 (Prensa Latina) The Cayman Islands are now the pioneer in the Caribbean region in using renewable energy sources to fuel electric vehicles, with a view to long term economic and ecological sustainability.
After reaching an agreement with the Budget Rent a Car company in Grand [...]Full article →
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Wheego LiFe electric car reportedly said to have range up to 100 miles on full charge.
Drivers will soon have the option to eschew gasoline for electric vehicle technology. The Wheego, a fully electric vehicle has made its way to the Cayman Islands. Budget Rent-a-car told Cayman 27 [...]Full article →
by Brent Fuller for the CayCompass, August 13, 2013
Slowly but surely, Grand Cayman is working its way toward an island-wide electric car charging system.
The problem now: More drivers need to go electric to make it financially viable.
Cayman Automotive President John Felder, the only seller of 100 per cent electric-powered vehicles on the [...]Full article →