Deutsche Bank: e-mobility from the state expensive bought

Deutsche Bank: e-mobility from the state expensive bought-e-mobility

The change to e-mobility is bought expensive and runs socially unfair. To this result comes a study by Deutsche Bank, from the “Heise.de “quoted. Accordingly, it costs the German state more than 20.000 Euro, when a Bev is used in the upper middle class instead of a car with internal combustion engine. Reason, in addition to the pure purchase bonus, further fiscal effects. In addition, better earners would benefit significantly more, it means.

The fiscal effects result from lower revenue from energy or mineral oil tax, motor vehicle tax, CO2 levy on gasoline and diesel and VAT, writes the bank under the title “Previous of e-mobility from the state expensive”. If e-cars are used as a company car, they will sink even more. For comparison, the Bank expendit from public budgets per pupil or student to be located in Germany in 2019 at 8200 euros.

As the largest fiscal difference between streamers and burners, Deutsche Bank determined the energy or. Electricity tax. Over twelve years, energy taxes would be incurred for fuel consumption, for example, a VW Golf Life in the amount of EUR 6500. For the VW ID.3 pure lies the advent from electricity tax at 550 euros.

Overall, Deutsche Bank concludes that the contribution to climate protection is still small in Germany and will be bought expensive with electromobility. “The CO2 avoidance costs can exceed the threshold of 1000 euros per tonne,” says in the study. In emissions trading, you only have a good 50 euros per ton. The current promotion does not meet the criteria of economic efficiency and ecological effectiveness.

In addition, Deutsche Bank sees social attention with regard to the fiscal effects. Better earners currently benefited most of the subsidies, while low-income (with own car) relative to their income paid a fairly high part of the subsidies. In general, persons with a higher income are currently sewing more than people with a lower income.

“Frequently, electric cars are second cars in a household and / or they are used as a company car. On the other hand, all taxpayers finance the support measures and the expansion of the charging infrastructure, according to their respective performance, “will be explained in the study. In the promotion of private charging station also plays a role as to whether a private parking space is available.

The drivers and drivers of burners also paid part of the money for the operation of the charging infrastructure for electric cars at each tank process. When subsidies are shut down in the future, there is a risk that low-income households are so pronounced that they can not afford any eligible electric car, writes the bank.

If an electric car is used as a company car, it only has to be taxed as a monetary advantage with 0.25 instead of 1 percent of the list price, as long as the gross list price below 60.000 Euro is. Also, employees who pay the electricity costs for charging themselves have a monthly lump sum up to 70 euros from their employer. In addition, KfW charging points are promoting private land with 900 euros. The federal government also offers over 5 billion euros for the expansion of public loading infrastructure.

However, the state cemented by technology-specific subsidies and the regulatory classification of electric cars as zero-emission vehicles on one-sided technology paths. The increased use of synthetic, CO2-poor fuels is a way to reduce the emissions of the great global fleet population means.

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13 thoughts on “Deutsche Bank: e-mobility from the state expensive bought”

  1. Says Deutsche Bank …., which Massive state support must be preserved before a crash.
    These were funds of taxpayers, but with which consideration?
    Burning boarding board posts in the 3-ton class?

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  2. I’m broken. Deutsche Bank. You can hardly imagine a dubious bank. Even with billions of taxpayers saved and then the courage to get up via E vehicle promotion. The bare!!! Whether it comes to risky speculative transactions, weaponsals, financing of coalees, old power plants or other human and environmental business ideas, the Deutsche Bank is always high up in the ranking. Returns from your own door. There is enough garbage that you can clean up!!!

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  3. Deutsche Bank probably overlooks that the subsidies do not arrive at the buyer but 100% of the manufacturer of E-vehes subsidies are generally only for science and development, and not to promote even more gwinn of industry and banks

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  4. For Deutsche Bank, it would certainly be better if the state grants a DB loan for the E-CAs and accept interest rates for 10 years. Then the gentlemen would have something of it and then would be fine.

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  5. Of course you could easily continue to promote the diesel drive. Based on the smallest motorization for gasoline and diesel of a VW Gulf you get after the current state of the ton of CO2 reduction to the bargain price of 600 euros.
    The disadvantage of course is that you can never be CO2 neutral. Therefore, synthetic fuels necessarily have to be. In comparison to the BEV you need three times as much energy. How to make these fuels competitive without massive subsidies, probably only the Deutsche Bank.

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  6. The correct way would actually have been to open these costs to the new car price of burners and to finance this steering levy. With the current system in Germany, every taxpayer pays for the transition to CO2 friendly vehicles, even someone who has no car possessed his life. In principle absurd.

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  7. True words are not beautiful and beautiful words are not true. You just have to live with that others come to other conclusions. In any case, this would have been much more effective for the subsidization of e-auto-purchases in the renewable energy sector or network expansion. As far as I have in mind, Commerzbank was saved from the state and not Deutsche Bank. The promotion of e-mobility I hold only above 80% electricity from renewable energies for useful. Underneath, the obligation to install a at least 3kW PV system should be made to the edition. Then the car is at least balanced a zero emission vehicle.

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  8. The study of Deutsche Bank already corresponds to reality. But such a change of this corrupt banker is contradictory and thus unbelievable. You probably want to improve your bad image.

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  9. Already forgotten that the flood has caused damage in billions a few weeks ago and we probably have to expect all the few years with similarly high damage alone through floods?

    Hardly any quote of a top manager is similarly stubborn like that of Hilmar Kopper. On the 21st. April 1994 fell the memorable words. Open craftsman calculations of 50 million marks called the former CEO of Deutsche Bank as Peanuts. For his house, the settlement of such billions of billions of real estate entrepreneurs Jurgen Schneider, which then shook the bank world, no problem.

    If we do not renew, then we can call the current e-auto funding in the future as “peanuts”.

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  10. The motive of this “study” could be that Deutsche Bank is still investments in the fossil sector and therefore has an interest in the preservation of the fossil economy?
    Incidentally, something off topic: The abolition of asset tax costs the state a lot of money. So the DTBK would have to plead for your reintroduction? The logic of the “study” once. Oh no, that’s something gaaaaanz other. With logic and consequence you can not come now, where would we come there?

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  11. The study of Deutsche Bank is not completely wrong. But just of them, this statement is heard, where they have diligently shared the population. Like a thief showing fingers on other thieves to overlook him.

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  12. Advantageously, electric cars are mainly for low earners who live on the failure lines and no longer need to breathe diesel and nitrogen oxides.

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