Antigua and Barbuda will replace its 180 vehicle fleet with Electric Vehicles

Antigua and Barbuda’s government has unveiled a comprehensive plan to transition its fleet of more than 180 government-owned internal-combustion-engine vehicles to electric vehicles (EVs).

This decision aligns with the administration’s ongoing commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainability.In a bid to reduce the country’s carbon footprint, the government aims to replace traditional gasoline and diesel-powered cars, buses, vans, ambulances, and trucks with electric alternatives.


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