Cork Co Council refuses to install electric car charger in Martin’s holiday home village
Courtmacsherry, where the Taoiseach owns a summer residence, secured a €3,000 grant to buy a new charger for vehicles more than two years ago
A council is refusing to install an electric car charger in Taoiseach Micheál Martin’s holiday home village, in a sign of a wider national problem.
The government has set a target of almost one million electric vehicles on the roads by the end of this decade, but the network of electric chargers is still limited.
The community council in Courtmacsherry in Cork secured a €3,000 grant to buy a new electric vehicle (EV) charger for ...