The Ortus Group is delighted to present –
Weev has officially opened a new charging hub at the Twin Spires Complex in Belfast – the first multi-point rapid charging facility established in the city, fully open to the public and all vehicle manufacturers.
The hub, just off the Westlink, enables EV drivers to charge their vehicles in around 45 minutes providing a speedy service in a strategically convenient location.
Weev has installed two 50kw DC rapid chargers at the business and retail sit.
Ciara Campbell, Operations Manager at Weev said:
“Weev was established to address the urgent need for EV charging infrastructure throughout Northern Ireland and we hope to continue to make a real difference by installing 1,500 new electric vehicle charging points at even more convenient locations right across the region…
The installation of the rapid charging hub at the Twin Spires complex serves as a perfect demonstration of our commitment to ensuring convenience and accessibility for all EV drivers”.
Belfast’s first public multiple device rapid charging hub.
Noel Rooney, Property Development Executive, Ortus Property Services said-
“At Ortus Property Services we consistently aim to provide services and amenities that offer real benefit to our business tenants and their customers…
Twin Spires Complex has over 80 tenants from a range of industries. Our business park provides the ideal location for the installation of new EV chargers owing to its proximity to both the Westlink M1 and Belfast City Centre, meaning even more drivers can avail of hassle-free, rapid charging…
We look forward to working in partnership with Weev and to welcoming many more EV drivers to Twin Spires.”
Rachel Reid of the Electric Vehicle Association Northern Ireland (EVANI) added:
“Developing Northern Ireland’s EV charging infrastructure is vitally important, in terms of futureproofing the automotive sector and promoting sustainability amongst drivers…
It is great to see companies such as Weev stepping up to the plate to provide convenient charging points for drivers at Twin Spires as well as across Northern Ireland as a whole”.