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Government Car Scrappage Scheme - only a week left

If you are considering buying a new car this year remember that the Government Scrappage Scheme ends in just one week on June 30.

Scrappage generates €86 million for Government

More than €86 million has been generated by the Government Car Scrappage Scheme which ends in a month.

Scrappage generates €86 million for Government

More than €86 million has been generated by the Government Car Scrappage Scheme which ends in a month.

Kilkenny company wins contract to install electric car home charge points

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Gaeltec Utilities Ltd, a Kilkenny-based company that specialises in design, installation, and commissioning in the energy, renewable and telecommunications sectors, has been successful in winning a contract from ESB e-cars to install home charge points for electric cars nationwide.

Killala firm wins contract to install electric car home charge points

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Gaeltec Utilities Ltd, a Mayo company that specialises in design, installation, and commissioning in the energy, renewable and telecommunications sectors, has been successful in winning a contract from ESB ecars to install home charge points for electric cars nationwide. The company has also integrated the first electric vehicle into its own commercial fleet of some 80 vehicles. Gaeltec Utilities is headed by Killala native, Sean Hannick.

Kilkenny company wins contract to install electric car home charge points

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Gaeltec Utilities Ltd, a Kilkenny-based company that specialises in design, installation, and commissioning in the energy, renewable and telecommunications sectors, has been successful in winning a contract from ESB e-cars to install home charge points for electric cars nationwide.

ESB unveils electric car charge point plans

ESB ecars has unveiled detailed plans for the roll out of fast charge points in service stations across the country from next month.

Toyota number one for scrappage in January

Reflecting the positive opening sales figures for 2011, the scrappage figures released by SIMI have confirmed Toyota is number one in the marketplace for January with some 24 per cent of the scrappage-linked sales.

The Toyota Avensis - Ireland’s best selling new car in January.

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Toyota scored a significant double in January, topping the Irish new car sales charts with 3,704 registrations and finished top of the heap with the best selling car – the Avensis.

Toyota continues with special offers

Toyota Ireland offers a total saving of up to €4,000 after scrappage on a wide range of passenger vehicles.

 

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