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ePower Arrives at Clarke Train Station in Dundalk

ePower Arrives at Clarke Train Station in Dundalk

ePower Arrives at Clarke Train Station in DundalkePower has successfully installed fast chargers for electric vehicles at five Iarnród Éireann (Irish Rail) stations across Ireland.

ePower has successfully installed fast chargers for electric vehicles at five Iarnród Éireann (Irish Rail) stations across Ireland. The new chargers are now operational at Dundalk (Clarke), Tralee (Casement), Westport, Sallins & Naas, and Bray (Daly) stations, following a competitive tender process.

As a leading provider of renewable energy solutions, including EV chargers and solar panels, ePower, which operates out of Dublin and Cork, will not only supply and commission the chargers but also maintain and manage them. Their services include 24/7 support for these installations.

Director and co-founder of ePower, Hugh Hall (left), with the energy manager from Iarnród Éireann, Shane McManus, at Sallins & Naas train station in Co. Kildare, which is one of five stations around Ireland where ePower has installed fast chargers for electric vehicle users. The others are located in Westport, Dundalk (Clarke), Tralee (Casement) and Bray (Daly) stations. Photo: Paul Sherwood

Hugh Hall, Co-founder and Director of ePower, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration: “We are delighted to be working with Iarnród Éireann on this project. This equipment will cater to the widest possible group of EV drivers as they will be suitable for the older-style of CHAdeMO chargers, as well as the newer CCS formats. Having chargers at its stations illustrates Iarnród Éireann’s commitment to facilitating the growing community of EV drivers, and we’re also proud to be helping promote more environmentally friendly transport options for the public as well as our own customers.”

Shane McManus, Energy Manager with Iarnród Éireann, praised ePower’s professionalism: “I have found ePower to be a professional and efficient company in the delivery of an EV charger project to Iarnród Éireann/Irish Rail for multiple 150kW chargers. The company have an in-depth knowledge of the commercial EV charger space, and responses to information requests have been prompt and detailed.”

This partnership is one of many recent projects for ePower. In the last 18 months, the company has installed EV chargers at various Defence Forces locations, the Environmental Protection Agency, renewable energy firm Ørsted, and 13 hotels operated by Windward Management. Additionally, ePower has expanded its operations with a new base in Ballymount, Dublin, to meet the increasing demand for EV charging and solar solutions.

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