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Caribbean islands rev up for electric car revolution
6/17/2016
Cayman Automotive Supports Guyana Green Energy Initiative: Nissan Vehicle to be Delivered to Guyana Embassy in Cuba. read press release


4/5/2016
Electric Vehicles and Tesla Ascendant
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12/24/2015
Electric Car Takes Up Postal Duties
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12/17/2015
Cuba Joins the EV World
After half of century of bitter acrimony, relations between Cuba and the United States have finally begun to thaw. read


10/16/2015
GreenTech Automotive Partners with Cayman Automotive as First Electric Vehicle Dealer in the Caribbean.
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7/16/2015
Electric cars  set for Cuba Trade Show,export.
John Felder project to supply Cuba with its first electric vehicles has taken another step forward as he readies his product for the annual Havana Trade Show in October. read


6/23/2015
Cayman Automotive becomes authorized dealer of electric recreational motor company Star EV. read






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8/18/15
John Felder gears up to change the motor vehicle landscape in Cuba by introducing the country to 100% 
electric vehicles. 
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3/20/17

Watch as the Nissan Leaf, the first American manufactured vehicles in Cuba, makes it's way from the Ambassador's residence after the launch event by the NBC camera crew. 

Click here for more video and photos from this event!
Miami electric car dealer sees opportunity in Cuban gas shortage  read

4/21/17 | Reuters
Endeavour Magazine 
features Cayman Automotive 
as John Felder discusses 
the success of his 
pioneering company.  

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6/11/17 | Endeavour Magazine
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7/25/18 | By Sophie Hares - Thomson Reuters Foundation
With her foot down to show off the acceleration of the zippy electric car, Joanna Edghill spins around the car park before plugging the vehicle into a charging point beneath rows of solar panels converting Caribbean rays into power for the grid.

In the five years since she 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 island of Barbados.

They are now expanding elsewhere in the Caribbean.

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