ESB Networks briefs businesses on infrastructure, electric vehicles and smart technologies

David O’Neill ESB Networks, Mary Kehoe ESB Networks , Pat McCormick Dundalk Chamber President, Alan Page ESB Networks

ESB Networks recently briefed members of the Dundalk Chamber of Commerce on the latest developments in infrastructure, the electrification of heat and transport and smart technology for business at a series of events around the country.

Following the meeting, Chamber President Pat McCormick said, “the briefing enabled the members to learn about the business opportunities that improving electricity infrastructure and technology will bring to Dundalk.”

‘An adequate provision of electricity is essential for the business community. ESB Networks has made progress in addressing the infrastructure needs at a local level and has ensured that vital projects have been connected. Continued improvement to our infrastructure will be crucial in the coming years as businesses expand. The briefing offered us the opportunity to learn about the work currently being undertaken and about plans for the future.”

Echoing this sentiment David O Neill of ESB Networks said, “This is a fantastic opportunity to update businesses on the investment in electricity services at a local level. It’s also an opportunity to connect with businesses to inform them of improvements to ensure cost effective supply and the opportunities in the sector such with electric vehicles and smart technology.”

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