CABEI participated in the world's largest innovation and technology fair to promote electric mobility in the region


The Consumer Electronics Show is a platform for international innovators to present their products and brands. This year, more than 3,200 brands representing 173 countries, territories and/or regions participated.


Tegucigalpa, January 9th, 2023.- In orderto learn about trends related to electromobility, education and inclusion to promote the use of innovative technologies in various forms of transportation in the countries of the region, the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) participated in the Consumer Electronics Show, held in the city of Las Vegas, United States, from January 5 to 8, where the most important and fastest growing manufacturers, companies and technology developers in the world met.

Transportation is a sector of great importance in the process of integration, economic development and improved competitiveness for the region; the objective of the Bank's participation in these spaces is to bring together leading companies in electromobility to identify business opportunities, technologies and viable best practices in Central America and the Dominican Republic. 

CABEI Executive President, Dr. Dante Mossi highlighted: "Innovation and technology are part of the development agenda in which the Bank actively participates so that electromobility becomes a reality and benefits everyone, both from the private sector and our governments. We will be working with different sectors to develop initiatives, programs and projects that promote the use of these new technologies.

During the event, information was provided on the manufacture, technical specifications and supply of electric vehicles, potential service providers, operation and maintenance requirements, as well as charging infrastructure technology, among others.

CABEI's participation in this fair is in line with the actions established last November during the Business Forum "CABEI 2022: Introducing Electric Mobility in Central America" in Washington, D.C., which provided an opportunity to analyze the current situation, perspectives and actions to promote sustainable mobility in the region.