EasyGo, the largest private car charging network in Ireland, has announced a multi-million Euro investment in new fast DC EV chargers in towns and villages around Ireland, including county Mayo.

The investment is part of a partnership with eir, where telephone kiosks are being removed and replaced with state-of-the-art Tritium electric vehicle chargers.

As part of this investment programme, EasyGo has committed to deploying 200 fast DC chargers around Ireland.

EasyGo has contracts to add Tritium chargers at 70 locations in counties Mayo, Offaly, Cavan, Waterford, Kilkenny, Tipperary and Monaghan, which will be rolled out over the next six months.

It is actively engaged with other local authorities to identify 130 additional locations across Ireland for new fast DC Tritium chargers, and this programme will be delivered at zero cost to county councils.

Chris Kelly, founder and technical director of EasyGo says, “This rollout is consistent with the national strategy outlined by Department of Transport and ZEVI. These chargers will make the transition to EVs in rural Ireland much easier and will be located in convenient town centre locations across the country. To support with the EV technology requirements for the rollout, EasyGo has partnered with Tritium, a global leader in DC fast chargers for electric vehicles and producer of some of the most advanced DC fast chargers in the world".


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