At the moment, ESB public charging points are available to use for free, however this is set to change this year. Photograph: iStock

The steady rise of EV sales in Ireland shows that a growing number of people are switching to electric and hybrid technologies. As the number of elect(...)

Electric cars are coming but are we ready?

The electric clock is ticking. We’re getting closer and closer to the Government’s proposed deadline of 2030 for the end of petrol and diesel car sale(...)

Green Mobility’s Dublin scheme will be similar in scale to its operation in Copenhagen, which employs 35 full-time staff.

Danish car-sharing company Green Mobility is to set up a scheme in Dublin this year with a fleet of 400 electric cars. Competing with GoCar, owned by(...)

According to a study published in the renowned scientific journal Nature, dealer sales staff seem at best unsure, and at worst positively hostile, towards electric power

We’ve all seen the latest doom-laden report into climate change and global warming. And are all doubtless now feeling the same creeping sensation that(...)

AIB chief financial officer Mark Bourke was centrally involved in delivering a successful sale of shares in the bank.

Mark Bourke AIB A key player in AIB’s return to the main stock markets in Dublin and London last May, , the first sale of shares since it was taken (...)

The Renault Megane is the company’s most popular car so far this year.

Used car imports from the UK are posing a “serious threat” to the Irish market with conditions expected to remain challenging until the final Brexit a(...)

The Renaul Zoe 4.0’s cabin looks quite nice and while the quality of the cabin plastics is pretty flimsy, Renault’s engineers have clearly been hard at work as there was not a single squeak nor rattle from within the car

Range confidence, that’s an idea. As coined by Renault Ireland’s product manager Jeremy Warnock, it’s clearly intended to be the flip side to range an(...)

‘Dancing with the Stars’ presenters Amanda Byram and Nicky Byrne. Can RTÉ replicate the glitz of ‘Strictly’ on its version of the BBC format?

This weekend marks the arrival of a global television phenomenon on Irish screens as an international entertainment behemoth makes its debut. But eno(...)

Renault Ireland Ltd saw growth in both new vehicle sales and spare parts in 2015

The Irish arm of car firm Renault more than doubled its operating profit last year to €1.66 million from €770,000 in 2014. Turnover rose to €208 milli(...)

New Renault Scenic: has the looks but has it missed the market?

So the question which arises is not will anyone buy a new Renault Scenic (which seems a little unfair – the car is hardly without appeal), but whom? (...)

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