Launching January 2023
Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan has said "a whole range of measures" will be rolled out as part of the national strategy for electric vehicle charging infrastructure being launched today. Under the plan, €100m will be invested in a range of public charging infrastructure over the next three years. Speaking on RTÉ's Morning Ireland, the minister said they will start by putting charging infrastructure into sports clubs and rolling it out in neighborhoods.
The Shared Island Sports Club Grant Scheme for electric vehicle chargers will be the first practical rollout of the strategy, starting on 30 January. The SEAI are providing all sports clubs with a grant support scheme that will assist with the purchase and installation of Electric Vehicle Charge Points.
This incentive will assist clubs with the funding of EV Chargers and it will create a potential revenue stream for the clubs that avail of the grant, while also helping their community.
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