According to the information provided by the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management by the end of July this year. you can apply for a subsidy for the purchase of electric cars. The results of the three programs so far: Green Car, eVan and Koliber show moderate interest from buyers. However, the number of electric cars on Polish roads is gradually increasing, and the market is waiting for the launch of a subsidy program for entrepreneurs who are responsible for the majority of purchases at automotive showrooms. An important issue contributing to the market is also the growing ecological awareness of Poles.

The Electromobility Meter of the Polish Alternative Fuels Association and the Polish Automotive Industry Association indicates that at the end of June 2020, a total of 12 271 electric cars were registered in Poland. Fully electric vehicles accounted for more than half. In the first half of 2020, a little over 3.2 thousand people were added. electricians, by 65 percent more than in the same period of 2019.

Support programs for the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management in the field of electric cars:

  • Green car – 15% co-financing for the purchase of a passenger car, with the maximum value of the vehicle not exceeding PLN 125,000.
  • e-VAN – 30% co-financing for the purchase of an electric delivery vehicle, the amount of support cannot exceed PLN 70,000 PLN for one car.
  • Koliber – 20% co-financing for the purchase of an electric taxi, support amount up to PLN 25,000 zł.

Support in the amount of PLN 150 million is planned for three programs. As informed by the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management, by 28 July, 237 applications for the amount of slightly over PLN 4.1 million were received under the Green Car program, and there were 140 working forms when the applicants were filling in. 48 applications for the amount of PLN 2.84 million were submitted in the e-Van program, and over 200 forms were being completed. In turn, under the Koliber program, 20 work forms were being completed by applicants.

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