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Core Solution and Monta to open 50 EV charging points


Irish electrical infrastructure company Core Solutions has announced that it's going to work with EV charging supplier Monta to establish 50 new electric car charging points in Ireland.

Easy to use software

The plan is for these points to be bought and installed by businesses looking to attract EV drivers. The installations are planned for multi-unit developments and workplaces, but no specific locations have yet been announced. However, Core Solutions and Monta claim that these new chargers will combine "high-quality hardware installation with easy-to-use charging software."

Google Pay and Apple Pay

All of the chargers will use Monta's proprietary software, which will allow payment for charging by Apple Pay and Google Pay, and will also allow companies to grant access to these charging points to customers, guests, or employees. The software can also manage all power usage, pricing, and access.

We're excited to launch our first partnership in Ireland," said Max Scherer, COO at Monta. "Core Solutions have a great reputation for providing thoughtful and purposeful EV charge point installations. Our platform will support Core Solutions by providing reliable software that makes EV charging flexible and fuss-free in the workplace."

Reliable and seamless

John McDonagh, Managing Director at Core Solutions, said: "We are incredibly excited to partner with Monta, the most reliable, scalable, and seamless EV charging solution there is. Working together with Monta, we will unlock the full potential of our EV charging installations and place our clients on the best path for success in the new EV landscape."

According to McDonagh, Core Solutions has been providing innovative electrical installations since 1981 from their office in Dublin. Its mission is to "provide outstanding end to end experiences for their customers and to create a greener, quieter, safer driving future for businesses and homes across Ireland."


Published on August 3, 2022
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