Honda Partners With SSE Airtricity
Honda has teamed up with SSE Airtricity in Ireland to offer Honda e customers the installation of a free home charging system.
The Honda e is the Japanese brand’s first battery electric car and went on sale in Ireland in November priced from €29,995.
To avail of the offer, customers are asked to check their SEAI grant eligibility and SSE Airtricity will then take care of the rest.
SSE Airtricity is the largest generator and supplier of green energy in Ireland, providing 100% green electricity, natural gas and energy-related services to home and business customers.
John Saunders Sales and Marketing Director for Universal Honda Ltd. said:
“With a greater focus on environmental issues such as climate change we are witnessing our customers looking to seek cleaner mobility and energy choices here in Ireland. The launch of the Honda e represents our commitment to reflecting this change as we transition towards Honda’s 2022 goal, where our entire model range will be electrified. Therefore, we are delighted to be partnering with SSE Airtricity who pride themselves on providing 100% green energy and together we are helping to improve our environment.
Under this partnership all eligible Honda e customers will receive a free home charging system from SSE Airtricity making the transition to owning an electric car as easy as possible. We all have a part to play in securing our futures and choosing how you power your home or car can make that happen”.
Speaking about the new partnership, Will O’Shaughnessy, SSE Airtricity Energy Services Head of Business Developments, said:
“Everyone at SSE Airtricity is excited to work with a prestigious car manufacturer like Honda. SSE Airtricity and Honda share the same goals in achieving our green ambitions and Honda’s commitment to carbon neutral motoring is truly commendable. As Ireland’s largest provider of 100% green energy and energy related services, this partnership is another important milestone in supporting customers and motorists on their journey to a net zero future.”