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06 december 2019

Polish subsidies for electric cars to be three times higher than in Germany


Lovers of electric cars in Poland will receive additional payments from the government, which will be three times higher than in Germany and will be financed by all drivers, Gazeta Wyborcza daily wrote.

Former energy minister Krzysztof Tchórzewski announced that the first call for applications for such additional payments is to be announced in December. According to the newspaper, the announcement is to be published on the website of the Low-Emission Transport Fund (as yet there is no such page) or the website of the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (NFOŚiGW), within whose structures the Low-Emission Transport Fund is to operate.
“The accounts of this Fund are fed by 15% of the proceeds from the introduced emission fee, which is added to the retail price of gasoline and diesel. The rate is currently PLN 0.08 net per liter,” the daily wrote.
According to Gazeta Wyborcza, the additional payments may be given to buyers of new factory cars whose retail price (including VAT) amounts to up to PLN 125,000. The surcharge will amount to up to 30% of the car purchase price, but not more than PLN 37,500 (equivalent to approximately €8,800).

( 06/12/2019

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