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Charge your electric vehicle with an Electric Ireland Electric Vehicle (EV) Home Charger.
You can avail of our new 7kW Smart EV Home Chargers from just €499 for a standard installation (after SEAI grant) T&C’s apply. Full price retail from €1,099.
Our professional installers will ensure your charge point is installed to the highest standard. will take your details and our technicians will be in touch to provide more details or arrange the installation.
Claim up to €600 towards the purchase and installation of an electric vehicle home charger unit. You are required to complete an application to confirm you are the owner of a new or second hand electric vehicle.
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Fill in your details with our friendly bot who will arrange a call back for you. You can also call our Home Services Team now on 1850 372 333.
One of our experts will call you and confirm that your home is suitable for an Electric Vehicle Home Charge Point.
If you are happy to proceed, we will facilitate secure payment over the phone and schedule an installation date that suits you.
We will install the product to highest standards. After that, you will be brought through product demonstration so you are comfortable and fully up to speed!
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A full charge will cost as little as €2 by charging overnight at home using discounted night rate electricity. Please contact Electric Ireland to find out more about night rate electricity tariffs.
The Home Charge Point is installed on an external wall close to where you park your car. For most houses this can easily be installed. However if you live in apartment without your own parking space, or in a terraced house with a public footpath at your front door it can be difficult to have a charge point installed.
No, you should not plug your car into a regular house or outdoor socket or use extension cables as this may be dangerous. The safest way to charge an electric car at home is to use dedicated electrical vehicle supply equipment (EVSE). This consists of an outdoor socket properly protected against rain and a residual current device type that is designed to handle DC pulses, as well as AC current. A separate circuit from the distribution board should be used to supply the EVSE. Extension leads should not be used, as even uncoiled; they are not intended to carry full rated current for lengthy periods
There are three types of charging options:
• Home charging - 6-8* hours.
• Public charging - 2-6* hours.
• Fast charging takes as little as 25* minutes to achieve an 80% charge.
*Due to different types and battery sizes of electric cars, these times may vary.
You can disconnect your car at any time during the charging process.
The grant has to be applied for and approved before your Electric Vehicle Home Charger is installed. Please visit the SEAI website for grant application details.
Due to their relative newness, electric cars have a higher purchase price than conventional cars. However, several factors help reduce the overall cost.
The motor tax for a Battery Electric Vehicle Motor Tax costs €120 per year with Plug-In Hybrid Motor Tax typically €170 per year. Toll discounts have been announced to begin in 2018 and is available to the first 50,000 electric vehicles with an electronic tag and this scheme will run until 2022. A maximum grant of €5,000 is available for qualifying Electric Vehicles when purchased privately and is determined by the price of the Electric Vehicle. Grants are also available for commercial Electric Vehicles with a maximum grant of €3,800 for qualifying vehicles. Full details can be found here.
1. Park your vehicle so that the charging socket can be easily reached with the charging connector: The charging cable must not be under any strain during the charging procedure.
2. Open the charging socket on the vehicle.
3. Plug the charging connector into the socket completely. The charging process will only start when the charging connector has a safe connection between the charge point and the car.
With the current ranges of Electric Vehicles they will not suit everyone. That said, not buying an electric car because you may do a cross country commute is not realistic. You should research the range of the car you would like to buy and the current charging network needed to support the journeys you need to make. For the majority of drivers Electric Vehicles will suit their needs adequately.
Electric Vehicles (EVs) are vehicles that are powered, totally or partially, by electric power from batteries charged in the electrical network.
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