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Fast charging network to join Rep of Ireland and Northern Ireland |

Europe’s first cross-border fast charger network will join Northern Ireland with the Republic of Ireland, making it possible for EV drivers to roam across the two countries.
A total of 46 new fast charge points will be installed as part of a €4.2 million project, run as a joint initiative between the Electricity Supply Board’s (ESB) ecars project and the Department for Regional Development Northern Ireland (DRD NI). It is co-funded by the EU TEN-T and will become a Europe-wide test bed for the rollout of an interoperable network of charging points across the EU.
The first charging station is now open at the Topaz Service Station at Dublin Port and is capable of recharging compatible electric cars to 80 per cent battery capacity in just 20 minutes. Other fast charging stations are already in service along key inter-urban routes on the E1, linking in Belfast, Banbridge, Dublin, Wexford and Rosslare, with further charging stations planned for Cork, Galway, Limerick and Derry.


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