Evergo Leads the Caribbean Electric Route

The Caribbean Electric Route, organized by the Latin American Association for Sustainable Mobility (ALAMOS), the Dominican Electric Mobility Association, the Evergo Charger Platform and the Costa Rican Electric Mobility Association (ASOMOVE), promotes the creation of a network of chargers that allow electric vehicle travel in Jamaica, Aruba, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico.

The initiative was presented in Punta Cana, where a caravan of electric vehicles and an event at Evergo Connect were held with authorities and key players in electric mobility.

This project is part of 5 electric routes organized by ALAMOS: The first was the Central American Electric Route in 2022, the second was the Andean Electric Route in September 2023 with Colombia, Ecuador and Peru; in October the Northern Electric Route was inaugurated connecting Central America with Mexico, last November the Southern Cone Electric Route was carried out including Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil and Paraguay.

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Joint Effort

Silvia Rojas, President of ALAMOS, highlighted that this is an effort made by the associations belonging to the organization and strategic allies to have a charger route that allows mobility with electric vehicles.

“Latin America is ready and we need to promote the inclusion of more electric models in the countries of the region, more public policy and better charging management” she said.

“We proudly celebrate the arrival of the Caribbean Electric Route to our Evergo Connect facilities, the first electric station in our region,” said Wellington Reyes, Evergo‘s Director of Innovation.

Rojas assured that the company is focused on connecting every point of the territories in which it operates, “being the leading network of charging stations for electric vehicles in Latin America and the Caribbean.”

“We are proud to join this initiative, with which we share the same purpose of making it easier for more and more people to travel to any destination in a sustainable way,” she concluded.

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