The new text of the “Provisions to encourage the development of mobility through low-emission vehicles"And with the approval also sheds light on incentives for the purchase of aelectric car is hybrid.
In this article we have already told you about government incentives on the purchase of aelectric car but finally the government sheds light on the matter with very specific provisions. The document of Provisions to encourage the development of mobility using low-emission vehicles (C. 2844 Lulli, C. 3553 Ghiglia and C. 3773 Scalera) is divided into two parts, one general and one more specific in which the theme of charging infrastructures for electric vehicles and incentives intended for the purchase of electric vehicles is hybrids in the years 2013, 2014 and 2015.
The incentives will start from January 2013.
The state will provide a contribution of 5,000 euros on the purchase of aelectric car. To the state incentive will be added that of the dealer for a total of 6,500 euros of incentives on the purchase of the electric car.
The state will provide a contribution of 1,200 euros to which 360 euros of incentives of the seller for a total of 1,560 euros of bonus on the purchase of one hybrid car.
The situation will change in 2014 and 2015. In 2014 the incentives for the purchase of aelectric car will drop to € 4,000 and € 3,000 for 2015. As for the hybrid cars, in 2014 they will receive € 1,000 and then € 800 from the state. The only obligation to access the government incentives is to scrap the old car. The incentive plans for the purchase of electric scooters remain unchanged.
Electric and hybrid car incentives, the other side of the coin
With the announcement of this law, the Italian market for electric vehicles it will be frozen for the next seven months. No motorist will think about buying aelectric car up to January 2013 and in addition, the Italian law penalizes the made in Italy. How?
The provisions provide for incentives "to those who purchase a new vehicle from the factory in Italy, even under finance leases", This means that the small Italian companies, which propose the conversion of gasoline vehicles into hybrid or electric vehicles, will not have many sales opportunities since they will not be covered by government incentives. In this way, only cars from abroad will be purchased in Italy.
The state could provide bonuses for the conversion to electric or hybrid of your vehicle and generate work in Italy for transformation and components. A nice milestone for GDP and for consumers who do not want to completely scrap their own car, they could have converted it to electric.
edited by Anna De Simone