EasyGo.ie rapid charger goes live at Mullingar Park Hotel

EasyGo.ie, Ireland’s first privately-owned electric vehicle charging network, has added a 6th Rapid Charger onto their growing Irish charging network.
EasyGo.ie rapid charger goes live at Mullingar Park Hotel
L-R: Chris Kelly of EasyGo and Peter Burke T.D. Courtesy of EasyGo.ie

The Veefil-RT 50kW DC Rapid Charger from world-leading DC charging technology specialists, Tritium, will work on the EasyGo.ie network which enjoys interoperability with other network operators across Europe due to its partnership with the pan-European services provider www.Gireve.com.

Interoperability between network operators was a cornerstone of the decision published by the Irish Commissioner for Regulation of Utilities as it makes it possible for drivers to find and use chargers from different network providers without having to sign up for multiple accounts.

The successful installation marks another step in the direction towards EasyGo.ie chargers being available nationwide and the Tritium 50kW DC charger, the most advanced of its kind and which can add an average of 50 kilometres of range to an electric vehicle in just 10 minutes.

“Sales of new EVs in Ireland are set to grow exponentially as the Climate Action Plan to support getting 1,000,000 cars on Irish road kicks in” said EasyGo.ie co-founder, Chris Kelly. “We look forward to playing our part by making more charge points available in more places to cater for this increase”.

Josephine Hughes, Owner of The Mullingar Park Hotel, added that the hotel is always looking for better ways to serve visitors and guests as well as the future needs of its customers and that the hotel is seeing more and more electric cars in its car park recently.

The charger was unveiled at a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Mullingar Park Hotel attended by Peter Burke T.D., who commented that the deployment is a welcome step forward in Ireland’s efforts to combat climate change.

EasyGo.ie partnered with Tritium to leverage Tritium’s expertise in design, deployment and engineering, combined with its superior backend consultation and support capabilities. Tritium has installed chargers in more than 30 countries and its Veefil-RT is considered the most advanced charger of its kind in the world, with the smallest physical footprint – ensuring installation can be undertaken unobtrusively and successfully in areas where real estate or space is at a premium.

Each Veefil-RT DC rapid charger features a modem which can alert EasyGo.ie and EV drivers – using the EasyGo.ie web app (with a native app coming soon) – in real-time if the charger is available or not.

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