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Four red cards were produced last Friday night as Athlone Town beat local rivals Longford Town. The winning goal came after 16 minutes as Frantz Pierrot continued his amazing scoring streak. The visitors were reduced to 10 men just after the hour mark. An explosive ending saw three more dismissals as Longford manager Stephen Henderson followed Kyle O’Connor down the tunnel. Home goalkeeper Vlad Velikin had also seen red in the final minute.

Brite Mobility to launch several high powered EV charging sites

Brite Mobility, the electric mobility company owned by Colin Barry (ex Motorpark) is launching several high powered EV Charging sites this year in Galway starting with Currys at Galway Retail Park and at the Motorpark site at the Sandy Road.

New electric car registrations jump 49 per cent

Electric cars are on the rise in Ireland this year with 9,303 new electric cars having been registered compared to 6,235 last year.

Electric Vehicle charging points planned for every 60km on motorways

The Government plans to have a pool of high-powered electric vehicle chargers every 60 km on the country’s motorway network.


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Transformation happening in households across Westmeath with installation of Smart Meters

Households in Westmeath are currently experiencing a major transformation to how they use electricity with the installation of Smart meters taking place across the county.

Massive wind turbine blades to wind their way from port to Connemara

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A consignment of massive wind turbine blades arrived in the city’s port this week and will be transported in the dark of night across Quincentenary Bridge and onwards to their eventual site in Connerama.

EirGrid submits planning application for North Connacht 110kV Project

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EirGrid, the operator and developer of the national electricity grid, has submitted a Strategic Infrastructure Development planning application to An Bord Pleanála for the North Connacht 110kV Project.

Electric vehicle sales doubled in 2021

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The number of electric vehicles registered in Ireland last year was more than double that of 2020, according to new data from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI).


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