Garo Electric brings Nordic electric vehicle charging expertise to the Irish market, completing installations at Fingal County Council, National Treasury Management Agency, Facebook and Musgrave
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Norway has the world’s most mature electric vehicle (EV) market – in 2017 29 per cent of all new cars were EV. It has a target of ONLY selling EVs in just seven years time, 2025. Public sentiment backs this movement, with almost half of Norwegians intending to buy electric on their next car purchase. To meet this demand, the Norwegian government has launched a programme to finance the establishment of at least two fast-charging stations every 50km on all main roads in the country.

Our Garo Nordic counterparts are electric vehicle charging market leaders in the region and have completed numerous high profile installations including Volvo Car’s R&D facility, Charge and Drive Highways Norway, all Swedavia Airport Car Parks, Sweden’s Green Highway, McDonalds and multiple energy utility companies and service stations.

We are bringing this extensive experience, innovation and expertise to Ireland, offering a premium quality end-to-end range for the local market. Over the last 12 months, we have completed installations across a number of high profile organisations including Fingal County Council, National Treasury Management Agency, Facebook and the Musgrave group. We are the only supplier in Ireland to provide Fast & Super Fast Stations, providing local service and after care.

The comprehensive range offers charging solutions for institutions, workplaces, offices, shopping centres, car parking spaces, service stations and more. GARO’s Product Development team are continually developing and enhancing the charging range to meet the future requirements of our customers.

Find our more at www.garo.ie/evcharging

GARO Electric, established in Ireland in 1982, is part of the multinational GARO Group plc.

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Norway has the world’s most mature electric vehicle (EV) market – in 2017 29 per cent of all new cars were EV. It has a target of ONLY selling EVs in just seven years time, 2025. Public sentiment backs this movement, with almost half of Norwegians intending to buy...