Dabel extends innovation premium for e-cars until the end of 2022

Dabel extends innovation premium for e-cars until the end of 2022-premium

Until the end of November 2021, just under a million applications for the environmental bonus & innovation premium for E-Cars and PHEV were placed. Quite an announcement. And above all drivers for the growth of e-mobility. Nevertheless, politics, concrete the new Federal Minister of Economics Robert Habeck (Green) plays with the idea of reissuing the electric car promotion in Germany at short notice. This is done at least in a first step.

Dr. Robert Daheck, economic and climate ministers, gives the current decision to understand the transition to clean mobility further. To this end, it was decided to extend the current innovation bonus for electric vehicles by one year. From 2023, only e-vehicles that can be shown to have a positive climate protection effect will be funded. This is to be defined via the electric drive share and a minimum electric range. Work on this new funding scheme began right from the start of the new federal government.

“In the future, we will be more ambitious when it comes to funding in order to give electromobility a further boost and strengthen climate protection. We will realign the funding for this. However, we will ensure continuity until the reorganization and extend the current innovation bonus until the end of 2022.-Dr. Robert Habeck, Economics and Climate Protection Minister Dr. Robert Habeck

The necessary change in the funding policy for electric vehicles is coordinated in the Federal Government. It is published at the end of the year in the Federal Gazette and occurs on the 1. January 2022 in force.

Buyers and buyers of purely electrically operated electric vehicles continue to receive up to 9 in 2022.000 Euro promotion. Plug-in hybrids will be at a maximum of 6.750 euros promoted. But 2023 should then grab the new conveyor design. At the end of 2025, according to coalition cleaning, the innovation premium should completely expire – as well as the environmental bonus.

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4 thoughts on “Dabel extends innovation premium for e-cars until the end of 2022”

  1. From 2023, then only E vehicles should be promoted, which have proven to have a positive climate protection effect. This should be defined via the electric drive and an electrical minimum distance width. The work on this new funding design was taken immediately with the start of the new federal government.

    That would be easy:

    • demonstrable CO2 compensation
    • Electric drive 100%
    • Alternatively: Burner with penalty tax
    • Manufacturer on reconstruction or. Commit recycling of the burners

    Theme done … on the next task

    Of course, if you want to bring about 4 years of politics you have to debate it first &# 128521;

    “It is impossible to explain someone that it is nonsense what he does if his livelihood depends on it does not understand”

    It remains exciting

  2. The fact that “thick” E models are covered by the policy is absurd by making emission technology no difference between an E-scooter and a Porsche Tycan electric.
    What is supposed to definition such absurface
    “The demonstrably a positive climate protection effect, as the Ministry of Economic Affairs communicated in Berlin. This should be defined via the electric drive and an electrical minimum parallel width. “
    This is ecological madness.

    1. Production costs: a fat electric car (with a corresponding battery) consumes significantly more (rare and energy-intensive) resources and energy in production.

    2. Consumption: we are far from 100% renewable energy and therefore cannot afford to waste it. In 15 years we will not have any green electricity to waste. A Porsche Taycan consumes a lot more electricity than an E-Smart. However, both are funded identically .

    It doesn’t matter whether you don’t emit any CO2 locally via the car (at E). The electricity (assumed to be 100% green in the example) is still consumed (more) and is missing elsewhere and we have to use fossil energies or foreign nuclear power for this.
    But if I drive the 2-ton electric SUV to the organic farmer and buy 2 kg of vegetables there, I’m supposedly doing something for the environment.


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