Dublin Bus to install 400 charging units as plan to electrify fleet gathers speed
The operator will spend €25 million on the new equipment at its depots and plans to fully electrify the facilities by 2028
Dublin Bus is to spend €25 million as part of the next phase of its plan to establish a zero-emissions fleet in the next 30 years.
The operator has sought the services of a contractor to install 400 charging units at its Dublin depots.
Tender documents filed by the transport provider show it has budgeted €25 million to hire a contractor to install and maintain the equipment, which will be added on a phased basis over a...
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