Irish Corporations, Municipal Buildings Forge Ahead with Electric Vehicle Charging Facilities

As car manufacturers reduce and withdraw their diesel ranges, the range of full EV and Hybrid models is increasing. The last year in particular has seen a major escalation by governments to incentivise Electric Vehicles as an important component of their strategy to meet emission targets. EV infrastructure including charging stations, is rapidly developing to support these changes.

For institutions & organisations, the benefits of installing EV charging stations are far reaching. As an employer, attracting top talent can be a challenge, hence the focus on employee benefit schemes & improved facilities. Adding EV charging options to company parking spaces is one more benefit that enhances the reputation and attractiveness of an organisation.

Over the last 12 months, Garo Electric (established in Ireland in 1982) has completed EV Charging installations across a number of high profile organisations including the CRU (Commission for Regulation of Water and Energy), Facebook, Musgraves & the National Treasury Management Agency.

The company is the only supplier on the island of Ireland to provide the full EV range, from Wall Mounted Chargers and Public EV Chargers through to Fast and Super Fast Stations, providing local service, support and after care with the company's own engineers' network.

GARO Ireland is part of the GARO Group including Norwegian and Swedish operations. Their Nordic counterparts are market leaders in the region and have completed numerous high profile installations including Volvo Sweden's R&D facility, Swedavia Airport Car Parks, Sweden's Green Highway, McDonalds Sweden and multiple energy utility companies & service stations.

The comprehensive charging range offers solutions for institutions, workplaces, offices, shopping centres, car parking spaces, service stations & more. Their team of engineers advise companies of the most appropriate options for their facility, ensuring a future-proofed approach.