Grants Available


The following is a list of the current grants available for Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV), Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV), Electric Small Public Service Vehicle, tolls and electric charging infrastructure.

Registration Tax Reduction 

  • Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV): Up to €5,000 (until the end of 2021). 
  • Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV): Up to €2,500 for vehicles with CO2 less than 65g/km NEDC-2 (until the end of 2020)
  • Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV): Up to €1,500 for vehicles with CO2 less than 81g/km NEDC-2 (until the end of 2020)

 Tax Benefit Ownership 

Usage Tax 

  • BEV: €120 per annum (minimum rate) for BEV. 
  • PHEVs: €170 per annum (should have CO2 emissions circa 60 g/km or lower, NEDC-2)

Company Cars

Benefit-in-Kind concession: cars and vans 0% up to €50k OMV (Expires at the end of 2022)


Purchase incentive for individuals

  • BEV's: Up to €5,000 for BEVs
  • PHEV's: Up to €5,000 for PHEVs for vehicles with CO2 emissions below 50g/km and that can travel on fully-electric mode for a minimum of 50km (NEDC-2 measurements).
  • Up to €3,800 for N1 category BEV - commercial purchases
  • Up to €3,800 for M1 vehicles used as demonstrator models

Electric Vehicle Toll Incentive (EVTI) 

Capped at €500 for private or €1000 a year for commercial.

  • BEV owners pay 50% of the toll rate, 
  • PHEV 25% of the toll rate 

Charging Network

Access to public charging network which are presently free to use.

Electric Vehicle Public Charge Point Grant

  • Home charger owner installation grant scheme (up to a value of €600). 
  • Local Authority Grant Scheme – up to €5k towards on street charging for residential areas that cannot benefit from the Home Charging Installation Grant. 

Public Service Vehicle 

Electric Small Public Service Vehicle Grant Scheme (eSPSV20)

  • BEV/ FCEV: Up to €10,00
    - Wheelchair accessible up to €12,500
  • PHEV Up to €5,000
    - Wheelchair accessible up to €7,500


The electric vehicle grants are administered by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI)   
Browse the entire range of grant eligible electric cars available in Ireland. Compare performance, savings, emissions, and more. 
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The aim of the eSPSV20 Grant Scheme is to increase the uptake of low emission SPSVs. It is aimed at improving air quality in urban areas, together with influencing the uptake of low emission passenger cars by improving general perception and awareness of the benefits of low emission vehicles. 

The SPSV Industry is regarded as a champion in the normalisation of electric vehicle use. 
The Scheme is funded by DTTAS and administered by NTA as the licensing authority for SPSVs