EVs will mean more electricity theft
An electric vehicle at a charging portal

Dear Editor,

There is eager anticipation for electric vehicles (EVs) in Jamaica. A few people have already acquired them.

There is no doubt EVs are better for the environment — less noise, less pollution.

But has anybody considered that, with the high prevalence of electricity theft, those of us who actually pay are going to see a dramatic spike in our bills.

People will be charging their cars, buses, and taxis on 'tiefing' light all across Jamaica.

Colin wheeler

colinwheeler@hotmail.com

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