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Elektromotive to supply a network of electric vehicle charging stations across the Republic of Ireland

Elektromotive has won a €1.2 million contract from the Electricity Supply Board (ESB) to supply a network of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations across the Republic of Ireland.

Beginning this December and continuing into early 2012, the roll-out forms part of an ambitious plan to make EVs a major part of the Republic of Ireland’s green transport strategy.

The UK-based EV recharging point manufacturer will supply 200 highly advanced ‘twin-head’ Elektrobay charging stations as part of the €1.2 million deal, with the installations carried out by the company’s partner, Carra Ireland.

Each Elektrobay is capable of charging two EVs simultaneously and will add to the burgeoning network of chargers that Elektromotive has supplied to the Republic of Ireland over the past two years.

 

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