EV Chargers may spawn e-revolution on Fiji roads

Leaf Capital Fiji director Alex Reddaway (left) shows UNDP's Deputy Resident Representative Yemesrach Workie how to charge an electric vehicle.

The company behind Fiji's first electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure is optimistic that its transformative clean energy project will also spill over to Fiji's maritime transportation, with plans to produce scalable custom built chargers for Fiji's maritime areas, powering not only cars and buses but boats too.

Leaf Capital Fiji, trading as Switch Network, launched Suva's first EV charger in Suva this month, in a bid to become the world's first . . .

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