My Electric Vehicle motions pass at Municipal & County level

10th/December 2014: New Ross Municipal District meeting passed unanimously –

That New Ross Municipal Council requests ESB Ecars to install:

– a Fast Charge Point in one of the car parks in new Ross at the Dunbrody Ship;

– a standard charger in in Wellington Bridge, at play area opposite railway station, on R733;

– a standard charger in Ballyhack, easily accessible to ferry traffic;

And further, that this Municipal Council – subject to reserved functions – will implement free parking for Electric Vehicles, at such charging spaces, while such vehicles are being charged.

Cllr Oisin O’Connell

 

 

electric car plan for district gets unanimous support(New Ross Echo)

12th/January 2015: Wexford County Council passed unanimously –

10.3 Cllr. O’O’Connell:

That this Council:

– With regard to the Electric Vehicle charging spaces in New Ross, Bunclody, Enniscorthy, Courtown Harbour and Wexford Town on Council property; will ensure that these are painted with appropriate markings, and signage erected with clear rules of use;

– Will implement statute instruments 325[1] and 330[2] (2014) relating to above;

– Subject to any reserved functions of Municipal Councils; will allow, recommend, and implement free parking for Electric Vehicles at these charging spaces,  while they are charging.

References:

1. http://www.irishstatutebook.ie/2014/en/si/0325.html

2. http://www.irishstatutebook.ie/2014/en/si/0330.html

 

electric vehicle motion is passed(New Ross Echo)

new ross standard: electric car spaces need proper signage

(New Ross standard)

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