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Changes to our public charging prices in Ireland 04 April 2022

ESB has today announced that it is increasing its prices for its electric vehicle (EV) public charging network.

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ESB welcomes Levelling Up Fund support to transform EV charging network in Northern Ireland 17 November 2021

ESB is delighted to announce it has been awarded £3.27 million from the Levelling Up Fund (LUH) to expand and enhance the EV charging network

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ESB to replace second batch of 15 chargers across Northern Ireland 21 October 2021

Having replaced 15 fast chargers (22kW AC) in Northern Ireland over the summer, ESB will now commence the upgrade of a second batch of 15 fast chargers.

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ESB ecars sponsors Electric Vehicle Summit 2021 13 October 2021

ESB ecars is delighted to again sponsor the Electric Vehicle Summit which takes place online on Thursday 14th October 2021.

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New Electric Vehicle Charging Hub, Glass Yard, Opens in Woolwich 31 August 2021

TfL has opened a new rapid charging hub at Glass Yard in Woolwich. The 'petrol station' for electric vehicles allows drivers to charge up in 20-30 minutes and with eight charging points, it means a space is more likely to be available.

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Greenergy & ESB announce collaboration to install fast and high power EV chargers 14 July 2021

Initially, 16 forecourts have been identified across the Inver and Amber portfolio and include a mix of company owned, company leased and dealer sites. The charging units will be rolled out in two-phases, with over half of the sites to be completed over the coming 18 months.

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ESB unveils first high power EV eight bay charging hub 06 July 2021

ESB has today unveiled its first eight bay, high power electric vehicle charging hub. Located at Junction 14, Mayfield on the M7, Monasterevin, Co Kildare, the high power charging hub is capable of providing 100km of charge in as little as six minutes.

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Future Now, Future Next Podcast Series - The City of the Future 12 April 2021

If the past 12 months has taught us anything, it's that our way of life and the norms we take for granted can change dramatically, in a very short space of time.

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Pay for use to be introduced on High Power chargers from December 1st 17 November 2020

To ensure we are ready to support more electric vehicles on our roads, ESB is investing in and upgrading its public charging network across Ireland. As part of this, over 50 high power charging hubs will be rolled out on motorway and national road sites.

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