This partnership has seen Weev install and manage EV charging stations at all our McKeever Hotels locations, in Northern Ireland and County Donegal.
The installation represents the next step in McKeever Hotels’ plans to drive sustainability throughout the group and also forms part of Weev’s £20 million investment in a new public EV charging network, which will see 1,500 new charging points installed over 350 locations across Northern Ireland before the end of 2024.
This is a partnership that McKeever Hotels are very proud to be part of, as we strive forward to a more sustainable way of life, Thomas O’Hagan, Chief Commercial Officer at Weev said:
“We are very pleased to announce our new partnership with McKeever Hotels as part of Weev’s mission to make EV charging more accessible than ever before.
“Creating a charging network for drivers that is fit for purpose, maintained, and supported locally is a top priority for Weev, and working together with McKeever Hotels we will continue to support this region in its transition towards a greener, more sustainable motoring future.
Eddie McKeever, Operations Director at McKeever Hotels and President of the Northern Ireland Hotels Federation (NIHF) stated:
“At McKeever Hotels we have always understood our responsibility to protect our communities and the environments in which we operate, and we currently implement numerous sustainability initiatives as part of our commitment to continuous improvement.
“Partnering with Weev to install EV charging points at all our hotels will support McKeever Hotels to not only further improve the future green growth of our business but will also provide enhanced convenience and accessibility for our customers.
“We look forward to the future of the partnership in the coming months and years.”