Zero Emission Vehicles Ireland has been established as a dedicated Office charged with supporting consumers, the public sector and businesses to continue to make the switch to zero emission vehicles. The Office will lead on the delivery of the Ireland’s ambitious target under the Climate Action Plan 2021 to have 945,000 electric vehicles in the Irish fleet by 2030.
Zero Emission Vehicles Ireland launched on 21 July 2022, along with the announcement of new initiatives and grants.
Access a list of all grant schemes, supports and incentives for electric vehicles and chargers.
Zero Emission Vehicles Ireland (ZEVI): Infographic
Residential charging is the most cost effective and convenient way of charging electric vehicles and is expected to make up 80% of overall charging needs. The EV Apartment Charging grant is being launched today, for dwellings which do not have access to a driveway such as apartments, duplexes and mixed. Further information is available on the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) website.
The EV Home Charger grant is also being expanded from today to allow any homeowner to apply for a grant to install a charger. This will enable homeowners to install a charger in advance of purchasing an electric vehicle, for visitor use or at rented accommodation. Further information is available on the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) website.
From September 2022, the Home Charger scheme will only support Smart Chargers. This will improve safety, prevent excessive electrical demand and facilitate better integration with renewable energy sources. For manufacturers and installers wishing to register their products please go to the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) website.
A new trial is being launched today to promote and encourage the electrification of the commercial fleet in Ireland. This trial will afford businesses the opportunity to test an EV free of charge for a minimum period of 3 months. Its purpose is to show, through real world evidence, the benefits, savings and the suitability and viability of EVs in a commercial setting. Apply and access more information.
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