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We're the easiest electric vehicle (EV) charging provider in Ireland

Do you want to take all of the stress and uncertainty out of installing EV chargers, and to walk away knowing that you chose the best provider for the job? Smartzone is offering a fully serviced solution that includes the following:

  • Up to 7.4 kW/h Dynamic Fast Charging
  • 7.5 Metre Type 2 Tethered Cable
  • Mobile App
  • 3 Year Parts Warranty
  • Compact Design
  • Professional Installation
  • Safe Electric Certified
At Smartzone, we offer the best EV chargers in Ireland and we make the process completely painless. We’ll even do the paperwork for you!

Partners with Electric Ireland.

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Request a quote for a home electric car charger

Client feedback

“Within a week of contacting Smartzone my new EV charger was fitted, so quick and professionally fitted no cables showing as I wanted. Charger is neat and tidy and also operates through an APP five star service from Smartzone.”  – John O’Halloran

“What a brilliant service from start to finish – these guys are true southern gentlemen. Would highly recommend and they have humans to answer the phone too, brilliant idea!”  – Justin O’Toole

Limited slots, huge demand

Secure your spot by contacting us for a consultation. Demand for EV chargers is through the roof in Ireland and the sooner you contact us the higher you’ll be in the queue. There has been an 83% increase in EV sales since last year – so delaying on installing an EV charger is not advised.

What happens next?

STEP 1: Smartzone will contact you to complete an EV charger checklist to identify your installation requirements. Once approved, payment will be setup and and install date will be selected.

STEP 2: Your EV charger installation will be completed on your chosen date by a certified Smartzone specialist, and you will be given an full demonstration and all of any remaining questions will be answered.

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) will provide up to €600 toward the purchase and installation of an electric vehicle (EV) charger for your home. Our team has extensive experience with these grants and we’ll do all of the work for you. All you’ll need to do is answer some basic questions and our experienced team will walk you through the process.

This will vary depending on the size of your vehicle’s battery and the power of your charge point. Hybrids generally charge at a rate of 3.7 kW, which would take about 3 hours. Fully electric vehicles can charge at 7.4 kW but they also have much larger batteries, so a 75 kWh Tesla Model S would take approximately 10 hours to charge from empty (which is about 38 kph).

Different models of electric vehicles use different EV chargers (Type 1 and Type 2). Most vehicles are moving toward using Type 2 chargers. We provide a 7.5 metre Type 2 EV charger. If you have any questions about charger compatibility, give us a ring and we’ll be happy to help provide answers.

Most electric vehicle chargers take about a half day to install, but this may vary depending on your particular circumstances. We can provide you with a time estimate after we know a little more about your home’s electrical configuration and your location.

You can save a lot of money by setting up an intelligent charging schedule. Electricity costs are much higher during peak hours, so you can save a small fortune by scheduling your electric vehicle to charge during low-demand times.

If you need to ask, the answer is an absolute “no!!!” EV chargers are high voltage systems and you should not, under any circumstances, attempt to install a system like that unless you have significant training and experience. Not only is there a very high risk of electrocution, but an incorrectly installed EV charger can also pose a major fire risk. You should always bring in a qualified and certified electrician with EV charger training for this type of installation. If you still decide to manage the EV charger installation yourself, and you want to avail of the grant, you will be required to hire a certified electrician and have a safety assessment at the end of the installation.