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Duncan - The Low Carbon Economy Ltd

18 Feb 2010 04:02:26

Electric vehilce funding in Amsterdam, Netherlands



The City of Amsterdam is offering individual grants up to €45,000 for the purchase of electric vehicles and up to €250,000 for fleets buying 20 or more EVs. The city will also cover 50% of the cost difference between an conventional gasoline car and a comparable electric model. Here's a breakdown of the available grants:

• Up to €15,000 available to buy a single EV
• Up to €25,000 available to buy a single EV van
• Up to €45,000 available to buy a single EV truck or taxi
• Up to €250,000 available to buy fleets of 20 vehicles or more


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OFG wrote:

17 Feb 2011

APART FROM THE FACT THAT SOMEBODY CAN'T SPELL VEHICLE PROPERLY
THE DUTCH PROPOSAL RATHER PUTS THE UK TO SHAME?
IT IS A DIFFICULT BALANCE TO GET EV's UNDERWAY TOWARDS A SHARE
OF THE MAINSTREAM MARKET & NOT BE ACCUSED OF BENEFITTING A FEW
PEOPLE WITH TAXPAYERS MONEY!
IF THE MINISTERS SET AN EXAMPLE BY BEING SEEN TO BE USING 'GREEN'
VEHICLES MORE EVERYTIME THE NEWS CAMERAS ARE ON THEM GETTING
INTO & OUT OF VEHICLES IT WOULD DO MORE GOOD THAN NOW?




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