Public phone booths to be turned into EV charging points in Ireland

“In Ireland, EV charging network provider EasyGo launched a partnership with telecoms company Eir to replace 180 public telephone booths with EV rapid charging points. Around €10 million are to be invested in the plan, and results are expected in January.” — see the full report at electrive.com

The Philippines should consider using the redundant public telephone boxes (mostly out of order) and convert them to EV points. This will be highly relevant in smaller towns and villages communities where the development of infrastructure will be the last priority in developing the change to an EV carbon-free society. Power suppliers please note.


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