Camana Bay Set to Open One of the Island's First Electric Charging Stations
Environmentally-conscious residents will soon get a charge out of Camana Bay as the Town Centre's two public electric vehicle charging stations near completion. Powered by five kilowatts of solar panels fitted atop the Solaris Avenue Parking Garage, the stations are set to open in November 2012 and are two of fourteen public charging facilities planned for Grand Cayman. Electric vehicle owners will be able to charge their cars for free at the stations located outside the Camana Bay Security Centre on Forum Lane. Solar power charging stations generate electricity using pollution-free solar cells, which not only reduce carbon emissions to zero but also help to keep the Cayman Islands a clean, green place.
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Chip Ogilvie, Senior Manager Operations & Maintenance at Camana Bay and John Felder, CEO of Cayman Automotive Leasing, at the Camana Bay electric vehicle charging station location.
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