Funding programme for private charging stations to be topped up by a further 300 million euros
The Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure's successful funding scheme to support the installation of private charging stations for electric cars at residential buildings will be expanded by a further 300 million euros and extended once more.
Cem Özdemir as guest at NOW GmbH
Berlin, 11.05.2021 – Shaping the transition in mobility, strengthening Germany as an industrial location – how can this succeed? Cem Özdemir, Chairman of the Committee on Transport and Digital Infrastructure of the German Bundestag, talked with Kurt-Christoph von Knobelsdorff, Managing Director of NOW GmbH about precisely this subject today.
Funding programme for private charging stations to be topped up by an additional 100 million euros
The successful funding programme for private charging stations for electric cars at residential buildings will be increased by a further 100 million euros and thus extended yet again. A total of half a billion euros in federal funding has now been made available. With a subsidy of 900 euros, the purchase and installation of the so-called wallboxes have been supported since 24 November 2020.
NOW Annual Report 2020 published
The mission statement of NOW GmbH is a climate-neutral society. We support the federal government in its climate and industrial policy goals by coordinating funding programmes open to all technologies on battery-electric mobility, the Mobility and Fuels Strategy, charging infrastructure for electric mobility and in the National Innovation Programme for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology.
BMVI provides 300 million euro charging infrastructure funding at attractive everyday destinations
Berlin, 30 March 2021 – Under a new funding programme of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI), small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), small municipal utilities and local authorities as well as companies in the retail and hospitality sectors can submit funding applications to install charging infrastructure from 12 April, 2021 to 31 December, 2021.
Advisory board of the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure meets
The advisory board of the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure meets today for the second time. The focus of the digital meeting will primarily be on the first six-month report of the Centre and the implementation status of the federal government’s Charging Infrastructure Master Plan.