Industry highlights week 6 – 10 Mar 2023

SEAI Plays Down Need For Hundreds Of Thousands Of Public Chargers For Electric Vehicles

A senior official from the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has played down the need for hundreds of thousands of public chargers for electric vehicles around the country.

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Monta Partners With Nevo To Bring EV Chargers To Irish Apartments

The companies have begun installing EV chargers at two residential blocks in Dublin, with plans to install hundreds of Nevo charging points that use the Monta platform.

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How Norway Became The World's Electric Car Capital

When Trondheim-based Magnus Korpås bought his first electric car in 2019, he settled on a Tesla — the model of car that offered the most charging stations available to him at the time. However, in just a few years, Norway built out its charging infrastructure so quickly that no matter what type of electric vehicle (EV) you choose, there’s virtually always a charging point nearby.

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EV Sales On Course To Deliver 'A Step-Change' In 2025

Despite a fall-off in demand for electric vehicles (EVs) last year, sales are on course to deliver “a step-change” the year after next, an Oireachtas committee has heard.

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Renault Trucks Delivered One Quarter Of All Electric Trucks In Europe

Renault Trucks says it has achieved a market share of 24.2 per cent in the medium- and heavy-duty electric truck segment in Europe in 2022. Specifically, the Volvo Group-owned manufacturer sold 379 units of the E-Tech D and E-Tech D Wide models in Europe last year.

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Weekly Highlights

Industry highlights week 04 – 08 December 2023

Henderson Group and bp pulse have signed a partnership agreement to install ultra-rapid changing for up to 200 electric vehicles (EVs) at around 100 Henderson Retail sites across Northern Ireland within the next two years.

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