Almost all EU member states, as well as several non-members on the continent, have some kind of EV incentive policy in place, from tax breaks and purchase grants to fee waivers and scrappage schemes. But they vary widely from country to country.
Austria’s government exempts EVs from fuel consumption and pollution tax, ownership tax and company car tax, plus lower VAT on zero-emission cars. Until the end of 2020, there is a bonus for the purchase of cars and vans with a fully electric range of 50 km and a gross market price of €60,000 or less. In 2020, it upped its purchase bonus from €3,000 to €5,000 for BEVs and fuel cell EVs, and €1,250 can be gleaned for plug-in hybrids and extended-range EVs. Austria also provides €600 for home charging stations and €1,800 for charging stations in multi-occupancy buildings.
Sorry, a technical error occurred and we were unable to log you into your account. We have emailed the problem to our team, and they are looking into the matter. You can reach us at email@example.com.Click here link to homepage