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Zero Emission Vehicles Ireland

Zero Emission Vehicles Ireland has been established as a dedicated Office charged with supporting consumers, the public sector and businesses to continue to make the switch to zero emission vehicles. The Office will lead on the delivery of the Ireland’s ambitious targets under the Climate Action Plan 2023 to have an expected 30% of our private car fleet switched to electric by 2030.

Zero Emission Vehicles Ireland launched on 21 July 2022, along with the announcement of new initiatives and grants.

LEVTI Scheme set to conclude on the 31st of December 2023

The ‘Low Emissions Vehicle Toll Incentive (LEVTI) Scheme’ will conclude on the 31st of December 2023.

Introduced in 2018, the tolling scheme has been administrated by Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) on behalf of Department of Transport.

Originally scheduled to close in 2022, LEVTI was extended until December 31st, 2023, and available for the first 50,000 eligible vehicles. With the target on track, new applications will no longer be accepted from 1st November.

Government investment for electric vehicles will continue to rebalance towards supporting EV charging infrastructure. This change aligns with similar polices in European nations, where countries including Norway, Germany and France have begun to curb vehicle subsidies and government investment in EVs is moving towards infrastructure.

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