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ESB is Ireland’s largest energy company with 90 years’ experience in the electricity sector. ESB is leading Ireland’s transition to a low carbon energy future through the electrification of heat and transport, creating a brighter future for all. We developed one of the first fully interoperable charge point networks in Europe, comprising of 1,350 public charge points across the island of Ireland. ESB has been a leading independent generator in the UK for more than 23 years and has invested almost £2bn in generation and power network assets. ESB’s electric vehicle business has expanded into Great Britain under the ESB Energy brand, with electric vehicle public charging networks in London, Coventry and Birmingham. For information on the electric vehicle public charging network in Ireland visit www.esb.ie/ecars. For information on the ESB Energy electric vehicle public charging network in Great Britain visit www.esbenergy.co.uk/EV.
About Fuels for Ireland
Fuels for Ireland – formerly known as the Irish Petroleum Industry Association – brings together companies involved in the importation, distribution and marketing of petroleum products, low carbon liquid fuels and other means to power transport, heating, agriculture, aviation and industry. Its members provide more than half of Ireland’s energy needs. Website: www.fuelsforireland.ie
About ubitricity GmbH
ubitricity stems from “ubiquitous electricity”. It is the company’s mission to provide “Electricity, for Everyone, Everywhere” through its integrated hardware and software solutions for charging electric cars and billing users. ubitricity is well-known for the compact and robust retrofitted lamp post EV charge points. With more than 3.600 installed devices, it operates the largest network of public charge points in the UK. The in-column outlets make a cost effective, fast-roll out of a dense EV charging infrastructure possible. www.ubitricity.com”
About Energia Group
Energia Group is a leading integrated Irish energy business with substantial operations in both the ROI and Northern Ireland. The Group primarily operates across three business units: Renewables, Flexible Generation and Customer Solutions. Energia Group supplies almost 20% of the island of Ireland’s total electricity requirements and 21% of the island’s total wind power meeting the energy needs of 800,000 homes and businesses with competitive electricity and gas services provided through its two retail brands Energia and Power NI. The Group supplies close to 1.3 Gigawatts of green power to the market, including power from 15 owned and invested wind farms on the island and also operates two major gas-fired power stations in north County Dublin. Energia Group employs 920 people and is one of only 40 companies to have achieved the Business Working Responsibly mark from Business in the Community, the leading independently audited standard for CSR and Sustainability in Ireland.
At Energia we are committed to clean energy generation and usage that benefits homes and businesses across Ireland and contributes to the country’s climate action targets. Through our smart home solutions and renewable developments, emerging technologies are a core part of our business. A central plank in the Governments Climate Action Bill and national effort to reduce emissions is the adoption of electric vehicles with a target of close to 1 million on Irish roads by 2030. Our partnerships with manufacturers like Opel, Hyundai, Kia, Citroen and Honda will play an important part in these efforts and as Ireland’s greenest electricity supplier, we are delighted to partner with them in supporting this transition.
MAXUS is delighted to be part of the EV summit albeit a virtual one for the 2nd year in a row. From a Vehicle distributor dealing with Electric vehicles in the commercial world for over 5 years now – they have learned so much not from a sales side but more importantly from a customer side.
Harris Automotive Distributors, A member of the Harris Group of Companies – are one of Ireland’s long-established distributors of a wide range of commercial vehicles, founded by a true visionary, Pino Harris in 1961. The Harris Group is a leading importer and distributor of commercial vehicles with a firm focus on technological innovation and the next generation of clean, sustainable motoring. Maxus represents Higer Bus & Coach who also offer a new range of full electric city bus. Crusader and AOS Coaches, Sinotruk and Isuzu Pickup and Truck Series just to give you a brief insight.
The company partnered with leading Chinese manufacturer SAIC Motor, the name behind MAXUS, in 2015, marking the start of what has become a strong and enduring relationship. Range, reliability, versatility, and quality customer service are at the heart of the brand, making it a firm favourite with business owners and fleet managers across the UK. SAIC, MAXUS and the team at Harris have been looking to the future of motoring for many years, driving the transition to electric since 2016. Such is SAIC’s commitment to greener motoring, that it has ploughed over €2 billion into innovation.In the years ahead, MAXUS plans to build on its existing ranges and grow its dealer network, creating a sustainable, dynamic business for the future. The motoring industry is moving rapidly, but with SAIC leading the charge, they are confident that the future is very bright indeed and hosting such events as the EV Summit allows a platform to share their knowledge & products and share their drive to the future.
For more information contact Karl Haughton or log onto www.saicmaxus.ie
SEAI is Ireland’s national energy authority investing in, and delivering, appropriate, effective, and sustainable solutions to help Ireland’s transition to a clean energy future. We work with Government, homeowners, businesses, and communities to achieve this, through expertise, funding, educational programmes, policy advice, research, and the development of new technologies. SEAI is funded by the Government of Ireland through the Department of the Environment, Climate and Communication.
For further information, log on to www.seai.ie
About TSG Ireland
Originally established in Ireland as Tokheim Ireland in 1987, TSG Ireland was incorporated in January 2018 as a rebrand of the original Tokheim company brand. We are part of a Europe wide organisation known as TSG Group, which is active in 29 countries, and employs more than 3,000 people.TSG Ireland employs 63 people (26 engineers and installers). We provide sales, solutions, installations, and maintenance in a complete package of products including EV Charger, Charge Point Operator, payments, RFID cards and an App to manage your EV estate.TSG Group has installed in excess of 20,000 Electric Vehicle Service Equipment (EVSE) charger units in Europe to date. TSG Charge is the division of TSG that is driving this success, and each member of the TSG Group contributes to the TSG Charge brand.As a European leader in installing and maintaining Electric Car Chargers and charging point networks, We specialise in the supply and installation of Electric Car Chargers in hotels, shopping centres, car parks, factories, workplace, fleet and on the move. We provide full Consultation, Sales, Installation, 24/7 Service and Maintenance across the Island of Ireland, and are an agnostic provider of EV charging solutions and services.
ABB’s Electrification Business Area is a global leader in electrical products and solutions, operating in more than 100 countries, with over 200 manufacturing sites. Our 50,000+ employees are dedicated to transforming how people live, connect and work by delivering safe, smart and sustainable electrification solutions. We are shaping the future trends of electrification, differentiating through technological and digital innovation while delivering an outstanding experience through operational excellence for our customers across utilities, industry, buildings, infrastructure and mobility. go.abb/electrification
Renault, a historic mobility brand and pioneer of electric vehicles in Europe, has always developed innovative vehicles. With the ‘Renaulution’ strategic plan, Renault has embarked on an ambitious, value-generating transformation moving towards a more competitive, balanced and electrified range. Its ambition is to embody modernity and innovation in technology, energy and mobility services in the automotive industry and beyond.
As leaders in electrification, Renault Group benefits from over a decade’s experience in the design, manufacturing and sales of electric vehicles. Innovation is in the brand’s DNA, and electric mobility has been a strategic focus for many years.
In 2020 Renault was the No. 1 EV manufacturer in Ireland, and the Group also introduced a range of hybrid (HEV) and plug-in hyrbrid (PHEV) models including the Clio HEV, Captur PHEV and Mégane Sport Tourer and Hatch PHEV. Renault’s Zoe E-Tech 100% Electric is Europe’s best-selling electric vehicle, and is Ireland’s most affordable EV with a 395km range on a single charge. ZOE boasts greater performance thanks to a more powerful 52kWh battery, a completely redesigned interior, a fresh new exterior look, and is the most suitable electric car for Ireland’s public charging network, as the only car with standard 22kWh AC charging capability through the Chameleon Charger™.
Renault’s electric van range, including Kangoo Z.E. 33 and Master Z.E., will take you wherever you need to go, with generous load capacity, ultra-low running costs, flexible charging, and all the benefits of owning a Renault electric vehicle. Renault Announced the all-new Mégane E-Tech 100% Electric at the Munich Motor Show in December. This C-segment hatch arrives in Ireland in Summer 2022, with a range of up to 470km, mould-breaking technology and a dynamic driving experience.
Renault will launch an all-new Kangoo E-Tech electric van in Summer 2022, with greater range, faster charging, an all-new look, and the versatility that Kangoo drivers have come to expect