CABEI visits leading Taiwanese electromobility company to promote clean transportation in its member countries
During the tour, the commercial offer of buses and vehicles powered by electric energy was presented, as well as rechargeable storage systems, among other technological solutions for greater efficiency.
Hsinchu, August 5th, 2022. - To support the countries of the region in identifying viable technologies that facilitate the transition towards sustainable, safe and efficient transportation, a delegation from the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI), led by its President, Dr. Dante Mossi, visited the facilities of Trone Energy, a leading Taiwanese company in the manufacture of electric mobility technologies.
During the tour, technical information was provided on the manufacture and commercial supply of buses and vehicles powered by electric energy, operation and maintenance requirements, as well as rechargeable energy storage systems, among other solutions with greater efficiency and potential for adoption in Central America and the Dominican Republic.
CABEI's Executive President, Dr. Dante Mossi, highlighted: "electric mobility represents a great opportunity for the countries of our region. CABEI will continue to promote this type of relevant initiatives to contribute to the decarbonization of economies, improve energy efficiency, develop cleaner cities and provide people with more sustainable and safer transportation services.”
He added that "there is no doubt that the experience of our extra-regional partner, the Republic of China Taiwan, in this sector will contribute enormously to the development of projects that will promote the incorporation of electric units in our countries and advance the transition to low-emission transportation."
This visit took place as part of a CABEI working visit to the Republic of China (Taiwan), with an agenda that included the commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the country's incorporation as an extra-regional member of the Bank, the first anniversary of the opening of its office in Taipei, and the unification of efforts to support the economic, social and environmental development of the region.