Mixed Bag Of Demands For EVs In The Midlands

One county in the region saw a fall of 15% in electric vehicle registrations.

Offaly saw a significant fall in the popularity of electric vehicles in January.

New EV registrations in the county dropped by 15% when compared to this time last year, according to the Society of the Irish Motor Industry.

Demand for EVs increased by nearly 2% in Westmeath, and 32% in Laois.

Around the country, new electric vehicle registrations jumped by 12%, compared to January 2023.

But, Director General of the SIMI, Brian Cooke, says petrol cars still take the top spot in market shares:

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