Charging forward: Start-up Weev plans to tackle Northern Ireland's EV charge point deficit

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Pictured, from left, co-founder at chief commercial officer Thomas O’Hagan, Graeme Thompson, chief finance officer and Philip Rainey, chief executive officer. Credit: Weev
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Pictured, from left, co-founder at chief commercial officer Thomas O’Hagan, Graeme Thompson, chief finance officer and Philip Rainey, chief executive officer. Credit: Weev

Company announces it is to invest £20m to improve infrastructure for nation's EV drivers

Belfast-based start-up Weev is to invest £20m in a new public electric vehicle (EV) charging network in Northern Ireland, as the nation works to catch up with the rest of the UK with its transition to...

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