Startup Weev to build Northern Ireland charging network with 1,500 charging points

Belfast-based startup Weev Energy plans to invest £20 million in a new public charging network that will include over 350 locations across Northern Ireland.

The company plans to install 1,500 new charging points before the end of 2024. Some of these will be located at 6 “ultra-rapid charging hubs,” and some will be at strategic locations such as car parks. Weev will also offer managed EV fleet solutions and leasing.

“Our roll-out has just commenced, and we plan to have the first users on our network by mid-2022,” said Weev co-founder and Chief Commercial Officer Thomas O’Hagan. “In total by the end of 2024, we expect to have completed the installation of a network of 1,500 charging points in strategic locations across Northern Ireland.”

Source: Weev Energy

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