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Tiny Irish island to become first area with fully electric buses
by Mark Hilliard
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25 October 2018
On 25 October 2018 Irish Times reported:
A tiny island off the southernmost tip of Ireland is set to become the location for the [country's] first ever official pilot of fully electric public buses. The challenging conditions make Cape Clear, lying just 13 kilometres off west Cork, the ideal location for the pilot scheme. 'If we can do it there, we can do it anywhere,' explained a National Transport Authority spokesman of the plans to introduce electric buses to the 5km long island and its 147 inhabitants.
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Popular with tourists, the numerous historical attractions include 14th century castle ruins and the nearby Fastnet Rock lighthouse. These may soon be bolstered by the emergence of Ireland's first electric bus fleet.
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