Electric car charging solutions supplier ePower has been busy installing EV charging points at Irish Defence Forces bases around the country.
More than 100 charging points and sockets have been installed, and Power - which has been operating in the Irish market since 2019 - says that it will continue to provide support and maintenance for the Defence Forces locations following the award of a contract via public tender earlier this year.
Founder Director of ePower Hugh Hall says this contract is a milestone for his company: "Being tasked with providing infrastructure for these essential services was a great vote of confidence in what our company can do. The initial phase of the project has been a great success and I'd like to thank the members of the Defence Forces Energy Team for all their assistance. We look forward to working with them for years to come as electric vehicles become ever more popular
"The partnership with the Defence Forces is the latest in a series of exciting projects for ePower, which employs more than 45 people. It recently announced it had secured €2m in funding from private investors, which would be used to fund further development of its product offering, as well as providing additional resources for its sales and marketing teams."