Poland: Subsidies for electric vehicle charging stations, hydrogen refueling infrastructure

Poland: Subsidies, electric vehicle charging stations

The Minister of Climate and Environment on 18 December 2020 issued a draft decree providing details concerning government aid and support for the development of electric vehicle charging infrastructure and hydrogen refueling infrastructure.


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According to the draft decree, subsidies of 50% or 25% in some instances would be made available to entities located in Poland and to Polish municipalities, cooperatives, and housing communities.

Read a December 2020 report [PDF 230 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Poland

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