Tebara trying to bring in Electric Buses to Fiji

Thursday, 02 Aug 2018

Tebara Transport Limited is in the process of introducing electric buses into the country and will convert some of their current buses to become electric buses.

This has been confirmed by Tebara’s Transport CEO Arvind Maharaj who says that they have already secured a bus which will be brought in for trial and they are working with the Government in getting it in to the country.

Maharaj adds that transport is the biggest emitter of carbon emission in the world and the transport industry in Fiji has pledged to support the 53 member states of the Commonwealth to limit global warming to below 1.5 degree Celsius.


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Source: fijivillage.com

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