Developers must install electric car charging points in new apartment complexes

Electric vehicle charging infrastructure will have to be installed in apartment complexes with more than 10 spaces

3rd August, 2021
Developers must install electric car charging points in new apartment complexes
The government has estimated that it will cost developers around €100 per apartment to install the required electric car charging ducting when they are building apartment blocks with 100 car parking spaces. Picture: Getty

Developers will be legally obliged to install electric car charging points in new apartment complexes at a cost of around €100 per apartment.

It is part of the government’s plan to boost the number of electric cars on the road to one million by the end of this decade.

Electric car charging infrastructure will have to be installed in apartment complexes with more than 10 spaces.

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