As well as being sustainable, Electric Vehicles are cleaner, cheaper to run and great fun to drive! Our manufacturers have invested seriously in research and development over recent years. Due to this we at Kearys are very excited about our new models for 2020, with larger battery capacity and greater range, reducing anxiety. Check out all our electric cars, commercial vehicles and vans on the respective pages.
We recommend home charging and are able to advise on the best suppliers and installers in your area. So why not contact Kearys for a test drive and we’ll be happy to help you with any questions you may have.
The ESB operates over 1,100 electric car charge points across Ireland. Click the button button below to see the map. From there you can filter the map by the type of chargers available like combo CCS, Type 2, AC43 and CHADeMO.
You can also download the ecar connect app from the Apple store and Google play store to help you locate your nearest charger.
It is not as complicated or difficult as you might fear to charge an electric vehicle. There are a number of ways to charge your electric car including at home or public charge points. As an exmple charging at home a full charge overnight can cost as little as €3. Outside of home charging there is various networks available on garage forecourts, car parks, shopping centres and on street across Ireland.
Charging times and cost can vary depending on the type of battery and charger used. Standard chargers can charge your car in 1 - 9 hours again depending on battery and car type.
To learn more about charging an EV click the link below to check out our information page on How to Charge Your EV.