On June 3, 2020, the German government decided to increase the subsidy for e-vehicles as part of a corona economic stimulus package. Purchasers of electric vehicles up to a listed net price of €40,000 can now receive a total subsidy of €9,000. That’s €6,000 from the state and €3,000 from the manufacturer. In the case of a plug-in hybrid, there is a total subsidy of €6,750 available. In addition to battery vehicles and plug-in hybrids, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles will of course also be subsidized. And this support could offer an extra boost to the latter.
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