IONITY opens first High-Power charging site in Northern Ireland

Tom Barnard

16 Feb 2024

IONITY has opened its first public electric vehicle High-Power charging (HPC) site in Northern Ireland. Toome Motorway Service Station now has six 350kW HPC stations. 

The site in Toome is a fully fledged motorway service station located along the A6, connecting Londonderry Derry and Belfast. 

Located at a key destination in Northern Ireland, the new hub also connects with additional IONITY charging stations such as the site being constructed at The Kennedy Centre in Belfast, a retail site located just off the Belfast ring road. 

IONITY’s Country Manager of UK and Ireland, Andreas Atkins said: “Opening our first site in Northern Ireland is an exciting nod to our investment in the country to help decarbonise mobility and make EV charging accessible to everyone visiting or living in Northern Ireland. We wanted to partner with a site that already had amenities available to customers, so they can charge their EVs whilst grabbing a bite to eat or a coffee. 

Other IONITY sites are set to follow in NI

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