What type of EV charging point do you need?
Workplace EV Charging
Add to your premises so staff and guests can charge at work
Home EV Charging
Install at your employees’ homes so they can charge during downtime
Commercial EV Charging
Incentivise customers to charge while they’re at your premises
EV charge points have all kinds of uses. Install at your employees’ homes, have charge points at your business premises for employees and guests or get commercial charge points to draw in new customers to visit your premises.
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Why do you need an EV charging point?
What should you do about EV charging while out on the road?
Get the Electric Vehicle Charger Grant for your home
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Frequently Asked Questions
Electric vehicles need power in their battery to drive, just like your car needs petrol. The question is where do you get that energy from? EV charging points in Ireland include charge points at hotels for the public to use, but many of these will take hours to fully charge.
Charge points for businesses can charge up your vehicle faster, at a lower rate than public charge points and at a location easy for you to use – your home or workplace.
To fully charge an EV on a standard charge point of 7 kWh, you may need anywhere from 6 to 8 hours to be near full charge. Rapid chargers can fully charge an EV in an hour or less.
Most electric charging points in Ireland are standard, so installing your own fast chargers cuts down on wasted time!
First, you need to find a suitable EV charging point in Ireland and get there. Then, open your vehicle charging port and plug-in your vehicle. You should be able to pay for the charging on the device screen. Payment options can include cash, app, and charge card.
*Subject to standard installation and claiming the electric vehicle home charger grant