The Dominican Republic has garnered a lot of interest from automakers and dealers as it is the largest market in the Caribbean.
As a result, it has more EV alternatives available than other jurisdictions. The government will create incentives relating to import costs, charging services, and electricity pricing and it anticipates seeing widespread EV deployment in the country soon.
Every day, vehicles from previously unknown brands can be seen on the streets of the Dominican Republic. Beyond conventional vehicles, the use of electric vehicles is expanding and supporting sustainable mobility in the nation. As time goes on, people’s perceptions of this form of transportation improve.
To the benefit of this issue, two things have changed. The first is that the nation has already made progress in resolving the issue of providing electric chargers in every area.
The majority of the provinces in the Dominican Republic have charging stations for these vehicles already. The Dominican Republic is one of the first three nations in the region to advance in electric mobility thanks to the expansion of the public network of charging stations.
Considering the current course of action, the government may occupy First and foremost, even above nations like Colombia that are taking similar steps in regards to electric vehicles.
The Dominica EV Charger Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
InterEnergy has partnered with Blink Charging.
InterEnergy has given Blink Charging Co. a follow-on order for 150 fast-charging stations, including its IQ 200 and DCFC units, to be installed in the Dominican Republic. Blink Charging Co. is a leading owner, operator, and provider of electric vehicle (EV) charging equipment and services.
InterEnergy wants to make it easier to establish charging stations across the Dominican Republic as one of the forerunners in the development of the first national charging station network.
“Residents and businesses in the Dominican Republic are enthusiastically embracing the transition to electric vehicles, and Blink is excited to continue their engagement with InterEnergy, contributing to the build-out of the country’s EV infrastructure with our charging stations.
More than half percent of the Dominican Republic’s national tourism industry receives energy solutions from InterEnergy via its CEPM subsidiary. Hotels and resorts, retail stores, and gas stations will all have Blink charging stations installed.
© Copyright 2017-2023. Mobility Foresights. All Rights Reserved.