Powercharging the route to success for electric vehicles

Ireland is quickly approaching the tipping point where EVs will become the norm. But while progress has been made, there’s still much work to be done to meet targets

16th October, 2021
Stephen Kent, chief executive, Bus Eireann; Derek Reilly, founder, EV Review Ireland YouTube Channel; Anne Graham, chief executive, National Transport Authority; and Ray Coyne, chief executive, Dublin Bus

There has been significant progress in helping businesses and individuals embrace electric vehicles (EVs), yet the next few years will be key in shaping their future in Ireland.

The latest Electric Vehicle Summit 2021 – held virtually, with the title ‘Our Drive to the Future’ – highlighted Ireland’s progress in providing EVs and the infrastructure necessary to help support this change.

While the number of charging spots is increasing across the country,...

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