Electric cars remain a small part of the Cayman vehicle community but the numbers continue to grow as well as the amount of charging stations around Grand Cayman.
Twelve charging stations are now in operation with three more about to be added. One charging port is expected to be installed at the Hell Gas station, Foster’s in West Bay and A.L. Thompson is expected to have charging ports installed in the next three weeks.
New charging port additions will facilitate the growth of the cars which the Department of Vehicles and Driver’s Licensing says Cayman now have 161 electric vehicles registered on the island.
Cayman 27’s Mario Grey spoke to a couple of recent converters, including an MLA who’s putting his motor where his mouth is.