Electric vehicles are now a common sight on Cayman's roads and in July 2019, as part of the National Energy Policy, the Cayman Islands Government announced that it had cut the import duty on some electric vehicles and bicycles down to zero. The goal is to encourage people to buy environmentally friendly vehicles and to play a major part in cutting the amount of 'fossil fuel use' on the roads.
Electric vehicles require charging stations. While private EV charging stations can be installed, there are a significant number of FREE public charging stations located across Grand Cayman. All charging stations are Level 2 chargers.
Customers can install and operate an EV charger at an existing or new service under existing rate structures offered by CUC as applicable to their service location characteristics and in compliance with CUC's Customer Service Code. Please see below for the EV Charging Rates Terms of Service and the Application for Electric Vehicle Charging Services.
Note: CUC has no affiliation with current or future charging stations nor does CUC maintain them.