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The National Art Gallery of the Bahamas (NAGB) is positioning itself as a leader in reducing carbon emissions by adding an electric vehicle (EV) charging station to its grounds that will be free for anyone to use, says Director of the NAGB, Amanda Coulson, who donated the charger as a parting gift as she wraps up her decade in service to the institution at the end of this month.

Coulson, who recently made the switch to an electric vehicle herself, loves the savings. She pays only $1 in electricity to go the same distance as a gallon of gas priced at almost $5. But knowing that she is making the world a better place by driving cleaner is her most favorite part about making the switch to electric—and why she encourages Bahamians to do it, too. “I would encourage people to make the switch—it’s clean, it’s easy, and it’s such a joy to drive electric.”

Installed by Easy Car Sales, this EV charging station is the latest addition to a growing network of public charging points free to use on New Providence, facilitated by businesses to encourage Bahamians to make the switch to cleaner transportation.”

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