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May
3
Chinese electric cars are stuck at European ports as firms struggle with sales due to buyer wariness, brand image and rapid outdatedness
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Mar
25
Will 41,000 electric cars be sold in Ireland in 2024?
Posted by on 25 March 2024 09:30 AM
We need to see 41,000 EV sales in 2024 and grow this to 185,000 by 2030 to meet the target of electrifying one-third of cars by 2030
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Jan
22
A new study has examined how working from home combined with use of electric cars affects commuting patterns and air pollution
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Dec
13
As electric car sales continue to soar in Ireland, here's what's available if you want to go electric in 2024
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Nov
27
Motorists are increasingly opting for large electric SUVs, but the climate impact of these vehicles should not be underestimated
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Feb
17
Should electric cars in Ireland be taxed by weight?
Posted by on 17 February 2023 09:29 AM
With Norway implementing a new tax that goes up with the weight of the car, is it time for Ireland to follow suit?
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