Poland: Measures concerning e-vehicle charging stations, subsidy program
A subsidy program is available to support the development of e-vehicle charging infrastructure.
Measures concerning e-vehicle charging stations, subsidy program
Legislation that aims at simplifying and accelerating the development of electric vehicles (e-vehicles) generally implements directives of the European Union to promote clean and energy-efficient road transport vehicles.
One requirement concerns the design and construction of residential and non-residential buildings to provide e-vehicle charging stations.
A subsidy program is available to support the development of e-vehicle charging infrastructure. Subsidy applications may be submitted beginning 7 January 2022 through 31 March 2022 (or until the allocated funds are exhausted).
Read a December 2021 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in Poland
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