Posts Tagged ireland

Tesla Meets Ireland – Launch Video Released

Tesla has released a new promotional video welcoming Ireland to the fold, where the first company’s showroom and service center in the country was launched in Dublin. Ireland is also on track to get its first batch of Supercharging stations – the very first is already on-line in Ballacolla. Expanding…

3 months ago by Mark Kane 4

Tesla Secures Permits For Showroom In Ireland

Tesla will officially move forward with plans to open a showroom and sales center in South Dublin, Ireland. The electric automaker will utilize a former industrial space, and turn it into the new Irish flagship location. The unit, currently known as the Sandyford Industrial Estate, will house office space, a showroom,…

4 months ago by Steven Loveday 5

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Ireland To Get Its First Tesla Store In 2017

Ireland lives to see its first Tesla Motors store next year in Dublin, along with a service center and four Supercharging stations. It’s expected that the store will ultimately be combined with the service center. Additionally, Tesla intends to install its first four Supercharging stations in the country – so…

10 months ago by Mark Kane 3

Tesla To Make Its Ireland Debut

Tesla Motors CEO, Elon Musk, made it official on Twitter that Tesla will make its debut in Ireland in 2016. The company will begin selling its cars in Ireland. But the premium, electric vehicles that boast acceleration times as low as 0-60 MPH in 2.8 seconds will surely not come…

1 year ago by Steven Loveday 17

Turns Out Public Fast Charging Might Be Commercially Viable

Conclusions from the Trinity College Dublin study (Patrick Morrisseya, Peter Weldona, Margaret O’Mahonya) indicate that fast charging is commercial viability in the short to medium term. Ireland already has a base nationwide fast charging network (at least for the CHAdeMO standard) so this is good news for ESB. Important is where the chargers…

2 years ago by Mark Kane 32

Sales Of Electrified Cars Up 46% In Ireland

We don’t have figures for just plug-in vehicles, but we do have access to sales numbers in Ireland for electrified vehicles and the results are promising. According to Irish Examiner: It looks set to be a record year for the sale of electricity-powered vehicles with 1,756 new models registered in…

3 years ago by Eric Loveday 5