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Electric cars about to become 'the new normal' in Ireland
by Kevin O'Sullivan, Environment and Science Editor
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18 April 2018
On 18 April 2018 The Irish Times reported:
The use of the electric vehicle (EV) on Irish roads is about to become 'the new normal for people in their everyday lives' and 'no longer just a progressive, environmental fad'. That was the prediction of Jim Gannon, chief executive of the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), following the announcement of a public engagement campaign on EVs funded by the Government. There were 3,800 electric vehicles (EVs) on Irish roads by the end of 2017 but registrations of new and imported EVs are currently up by 40 per cent compared to same period last year.
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