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The world is changing and by 2030 the Irish Government are planning that there will be 1,000,000 electric vehicles on our roads. The sales of plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) and Battery electric vehicles (BEV) in Ireland and Northern Ireland have seen an unprecedented growth over the...

 

EasyGo staff were excited to be back to events at the RDS in Dublin to exhibit and showcase our EV charging products and network at the SEAI Energy Show 2022.  This event which took place on 30th- 31st March at the RDS in Dublin is...

 

EasyGo helps the EV drivers of Sligo charge up while they shop. The newly reopened Lidl store on Cranmore Road, Sligo recently went through a €6 million refurbishment and was back open last month.  Among the many upgrades and improvements was a number of sustainability features...

 

The Irish EV Owners Association officially welcomes EasyGo as a Corporate Member. We have been actively contributing and involved in IEVOA activities and events and have decided to help assist this great local organisation further by becoming a corporate member. Gareth Morrow, marketing lead for EasyGo,...

 

On August 12th, Phil from the Irish EV Owners Facebook group ran a competition for members to "Post a picture of your car looking all swanky". With lots of entrants wanting to win the prize of €100 charging credit on EasyGo, the eventual joint winners are...

 

Both in his Volvo XC90 T8 Plug-in Hybrid and at home, TV architect Dermot Bannon is making changes to become more environmentally-friendly “The environment is not going to heal itself,” says Ireland’s fastest talking architect, Dermot Bannon, who is on a personal sustainability crusade. “Covid-19 brought about...

 

Consultation only beginning now as the SEAI seeks to get grants rolled out by October The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has begun a long-awaited consultation process on how best to roll out electric vehicle (EV) charging points for those living in apartments or other...