Introducing Electric Mobility in Central America: CABEI's vision at 2022 business forum in Washington, D.C.


This Monday, Novembre 21, interested parties will be able to access the virtual transmission of the event at 9:00 a.m. via zoom.

Tegucigalpa, November 16th, 2022.- To analyze the current situation, perspectives, and how to promote sustainable mobility in the region, the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) will hold the Business Forum "CABEI 2022: Introducing Electric Mobility in Central America" on Monday, November 21st in Washington, D.C., United States.

CABEI's Executive President, Dr. Dante Mossi, who will be in charge of opening the event, commented that the forum represents an opportunity for investors to bet on 100% electric mobility and introduce more efficient and less polluting vehicles to the Central American market.

"As the Green Bank of Central America, we are committed to improving mobility in our member countries with cleaner and more efficient forms of transportation, and for this it is crucial to work with strategic allies that allow us to manufacture and make them more affordable," he added.

The forum will also feature lectures on: U.S. Perspective on Electric Mobility by Geoffrey Pyatt of the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Energy Resources; Strategic Vision of the Electric Mobility Market by Landon Derentz of the Atlantic Council; and the panel "Opportunities for Electric Vehicles in Central America" will be held, with the participation of Roberto Herrera of Interenergy/Evergo/AMCHAMDR, Dilip Sundaram of Arcimoto, Joseph Comiskey of Raglan, and Anna Coby of USTDA.

The program includes the following presentations: "U.S. Company Perspectives on Electric Vehicles" by Marianne McInerney of Centro Electric Group and "Investment Opportunities in Central America" by Juan José Daboub of Think HUGE; the event also closes with an exhibition of electric vehicles.

To learn more about this forum, interested parties may access the virtual transmission via zoom next Monday, November 21st, starting at 9:00 a.m. at the following link: