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More EV Charging Power Needed In The Midlands

New aims include having chargers every 60km along the motorway network.

The midlands will need significantly more electric vehicle charging power to keep up with demand over the next six years.

That's included in the Government's National Road EV Charging Network Plan, which aims to have chargers every 60km along the motorway network.

It also says the midlands will need nearly 30,000 kilowatts of power by 2030, to keep up with the project electric vehicle uptake in Ireland.

Brian Caulfield, Associate Professor School of Engineering at Trinity College, says this is a step in the right direction:

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