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The Caribbean has become a new hub for electric cars

Cars drive in the darkness in a neighbourhood that has no electricity, after Hurricane Maria in Caguas, Puerto Rico October 4, 2017. Picture taken with long exposure.  REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Taking advantage of the 220 days of pure sunlight. Image: REUTERS/Carlos Barria

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 The driver of a gas truck discharges fuel at a gas station, after the island was hit by Hurricane Maria in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Image: REUTERS/Alvin Baez
 An electric car (R) recently acquired by Guyana Embassy is seen beside a vintage car during a ride for journalists in Havana, Cuba,
Image: REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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