Poland: Subsidies to support electric vehicle charging, hydrogen refueling projects

Applications will be accepted in 2022.

Applications will be accepted in 2022.

Applications to support a subsidy program for the construction of electric vehicle charging and hydrogen refueling infrastructure projects will be accepted in 2022.

The agency responsible for the subsidy program is to launch on 7 January 2022 a call for applications under the program.

Beginning from 13 December 2021, applications for subsidizing investments in the expansion or modernization of the electric power distribution grid also will be accepted under the program (this part of the program is intended for distribution system operators).

The support for the construction of electric vehicle charging stations and hydrogen refueling infrastructure will be granted in the form of non-refundable subsidies, intended for businesses, local governments, housing communities and cooperatives, and farmers.

  • PLN 870 million will be allocated to support such projects.
  • An additional PLN 1 billion will be available for expansion of electric power infrastructure for the development of electric vehicle charging stations.
  • Subsidy applications may be submitted until the allocated funds are exhausted.


Read a November 2021 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in Poland

 

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