Q-Park are delighted to confirm the completion of the first phase of their Electric Vehicle Charging Points Rollout which included the installation of 45 charging points during Q4 in 2022.
The announcement of Q-Park’s charging point rollout last year was widely reported in the European media. This rollout includes nearly 600 charging points across the UK and Ireland. With this commitment to the installation of EV charging infrastructure, Q-Park further reinforced its reputation as one of the most forward-thinking sustainable mobility partner in the country.
Q-Park worked tirelessly with its installation providers to ensure that high quality state-of-the-art charging infrastructure was installed as well as ensuring these were accurately signposted to avoid ICEing and so that EV motorists can locate them in large multistorey facilities. Customers will be delighted to be able to locate electric vehicle charging points at the following parking facilities:
- Q-Park Bray, Bray
- Q-Park Carroll’s Quay, Cork
- Q-Park Grand Parade, Cork
- Q-Park Christchurch, Dublin
- Q-Park Four Courts, Dublin
- Q-Park Setanta, Dublin
- Q-Park St Stephen’s Green, Dublin
- Q-Park The Spire, Dublin
- Q-Park Eyre Square, Galway
- Q-Park Harvey’s Quay, Limerick
- Q-Park Henry Street, Limerick
The roll-out does not stop there, Q-Park will continue to monitor and analyse the EV market with plans to install a further 75 charge points across Ireland in 2023 focussed on the locations that need them most.
John Denton, Head of Commercial for Q-Park UK & Ireland ‘We are focussed on supporting the electrification of our roads and we are delighted to help encourage more emission free miles being driven with good quality charging infrastructure. We are early adopters of the Electric vehicle revolution and we want to ensure that Q-Park are front of mind when thinking about EV charging whilst parking at safe and secure facilities.’
To find out more about Electric Vehicle Charging with Q-Park click here.
Q-Park is notable for its quality approach and has a portfolio comprising over 3,300 parking facilities with more than 640,000 parking spaces in the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Great Britain, France, Ireland, and Denmark.