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Applications for new electric vehicle charging facilities


An electric car charging

An electric car charging

An electric car charging


A filling station has applied to Louth County Council for a new electric vehicle charging facility.

Niall Clarke Oils Ltd. is seeking permission for 4 separate charging points, electrical sub-station building, electrical kiosks, landscaping, fencing, and all associated site development works, at Aghaboys, Ballymascanlon, Dundalk.

The same company has also applied for permission for commercial photovoltaic solar panels measuring a total of 290sqm in area on top of the existing forecourt canopy and the roof of the existing building and all associated site development works, at Circle K Service Station, Dublin Road, Dundalk.

Meanwhile, Kieran Byrne is seeking permission for the demolition of an existing filling station workshop, retail and office at Junction 20 Service Station, Carrickarnon, Dromad, and the construction of a new shop/café building with office and forecourt canopy, electric car charging ports with canopy and all associated site works.

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Renewable energy will be utilised in the form of solar panels and a domestic scale wind turbine.

Permission is being sought by Oxigen Environmental ULC for the installation of a grid connected photovoltaic panel system fitted to the roofs of the existing waste recycling buildings that operate under an EPA Waste Licence Ref: W0144-01 at Coe's Road, Dundalk.