Commercial vehicle programme goes into second round
The Federal Ministry of Digital and Transport (BMDV) today published the second call for funding under the funding guideline to support commercial vehicles with alternative, climate-friendly drive systems and associated refuelling and charging infrastructure (KsNI – Förderung von Nutz- und Sonderfahrzeugen mit klimaschonenden Antrieben und dazugehöriger Tank- und Ladeinfrastruktur). The second round of the successful funding programme is supplemented by an additional call for special vehicles and infrastructure.
BMDV supports cities, municipalities and districts in the procurement of e-vehicles and the corresponding charging infrastructure
The Federal Ministry of Digital and Transport (BMDV – Bundesministerium für Digitales und Verkehr) is continuing to support the procurement of electric vehicles and the corresponding infrastructure within the scope of the electric mobility funding guideline.
Funding notifications for climate-friendly commercial vehicles handed over – programme enters second round
Twelve companies from all over Germany received funding notifications for the purchase of climate-friendly commercial vehicles in Berlin today. They are representative of more than 450 applications submitted under the Guideline for the Promotion of Alternative, Climate-friendly Commercial Vehicles and Infrastructure (KsNI – Richtlinie über die Förderung von alternativen, klimaschonenden Nutzfahrzeugen und Infrastruktur). A total of 320 projects with an overall funding volume of around 200 million euros were approved.
BMDV supports cities, municipalities and communities in procurement of e-vehicles and necessary charging infrastructure
The Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport (BMDV) will soon again be funding the procurement of electric vehicles and the charging infrastructure they require to operate. The next funding call is set to be published at the beginning of June – municipalities are eligible to apply.
Electric vehicles account for a quarter of new monthly registrations in April
In April 2022, 45,992 electric vehicles (24,287 of which were fully electric vehicles and 21,705 plug-in hybrids) were registered in Germany. That represents a quarter of the total new registrations in the month of April. The current total figure: 1.5 million e-vehicles, of which almost 800,000 are fully electric.
Federal Minister of Transport Wissing: “The National Centre for Charging Infrastructure makes clean mobility a reality.”
On a visit to the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure in Berlin today, Dr. Volker Wissing, Federal Minister of Digital and Transport, received a first-hand account of the progress being made in expanding the charging infrastructure in Germany.
New “Easy charging at Residential Buildings” guideline published
Today, the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure has published a new guideline for the installation of private charging infrastructure in multi-apartment buildings. It is aimed at owner occupiers, tenants and landlords who are planning to set up charging facilities at multi-party buildings. Among other things, the new guideline offers step-by-step instructions for establishing charging solutions in multi-apartment building settings.
Launch of Germany’s first commercial vehicle rental company with hydrogen trucks
Hylane GmbH (hylane), a provider of climate-friendly mobility, officially launched today as a subsidiary of Cologne-based DEVK Versicherung. Hylane places environmental protection at the heart of its exclusively climate-friendly vehicle rental service. The company offers hydrogen trucks with different superstructures and installations. Vans and buses will follow at a later date. NOW provided advice and support to the start-up during its foundation phase.