Charging a car has changed over the last decade, Smart Charging has accelerated
We were successful in being placed as a top 3 EVSE supply on the recent Scotland Excel EV tender for the next five years.
GARO’s charging station for charging electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids in public environments has undergone an additional third-party certification process for a higher IP rating*, resulting in approved test results. Accordingly, the IP rating has been raised from IP44 to IP54.
Plug in Electric vehicles (EV) account for over 20% of new Irish car sales in 2022 to date. Typically, 80% of Electric Vehicle (EV) charging is done at home and the remainder done on route or at what is referred to as Destination Charging.
GARO is expanding operations in the UK to meet increased demand. GARO is continuing to invest and is expanding operations in the UK to meet the increased demand in the British market, primarily in the GARO E-mobility business area.
One of our latest projects is here at Robinson House, Westlakes science park, Whitehaven.
Following a successful trial, we have moved onto the next phase of the EV Charging roll out across the site.
Monta and GARO join forces to accelerate EV charge points
Our Sales Engineer, David Quigley based in Northern Ireland assisted with the install of two GLB chargers in Villa Rose Hotel.
The UK’s introduction of new requirements for electric car chargers is a step in the right direction for the electric car industry....
UK and Irelands regulations with regards to EV chargers are changing from July 2022 in UK and September in Ireland.
The e-mobility market is ever-changing at a rapid rate. AT GARO, it so important to keep up with market trends and adapt for the future. We at Garo pride ourselves in producing quality future smart products that adapt to market trends and infrastructure.
In an otherwise challenging environment, there are few industries bucking the trend like Electric Vehicles & Chargers. According to a new IEA Global