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ST. AUGUSTINE, Trinidad and Tobago. December 13, 2019 – As The UWI continues to make strides towards becoming a climate-smart university and lead in E-mobility research, the Faculty of Engineering at the St. Augustine Campus launched its first Electric Vehicle Charging Station on Tuesday, December 10. The project was a collaborative effort of the Faculty of Engineering with Massy Motors, BELEC Power and Energy Solutions Limited, the Government Electrical Inspectorate (GEI) in the Ministry of Public Utilities, and the Electric Vehicle Company of Trinidad and Tobago.  Read More ...

  Mr. Kevin Baboolal, Deputy Chief Electrical Inspector, Government Electrical Inspectorate; Mr. Jeremy Pagee, Assistant Vice President, Structural Changes, Massy Motors; Professor Chandrabhan Sharma, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Representative of the Electric Vehicle Company of Trinidad and Tobago; Mr. Winston Boodoo, Managing Director,  BELEC  Power and Energy Solutions Limited;  Dr Sanjay Bahadoorsingh, Deputy Dean, Enterprise Development and Outreach and Senior Lecturer in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Mr. Dhanraj Samlal, Property and Projects Manager at Massy Motors; Pro Vice-Chancellor and Campus Principal, The UWI St. Augustine Professor Brian Copeland; and Ms. Tabitha Gopaul, General Manager, BELEC  Power and Energy Solutions Limited.

 

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