Poland: Subsidies for zero-emission vehicle purchases for business owners
The window for filing applications for the support subsidies will be open through 30 September 2025.
For business owners
A subsidy support program that is intended to reduce air pollutant emissions by decreasing consumption of high-emission fuels in transport, primarily through co-financing purchase (or lease) of zero-emission vehicles, is now available to business owners.
The support will be granted in the form of subsidies for the purchase of zero-emission vehicles and subsidies for fees specified in lease agreements. The support program offers business entities an opportunity to be granted a subsidy for the purchase or lease of a zero-emission vehicle (electric or hydrogen-fueled) with a value not exceeding PLN 225,000 (approximately U.S. $57,000).
- Effective 12 July 2021, individuals not conducting business activities could apply for the zero-emission vehicle support scheme. Read TaxNewsFlash
- Beginning 22 November 2021, businesses and other enterprises (not just natural persons) can apply for the support measures.
The window for filing applications for the support subsidies will be open through 30 September 2025, provided the budget pool is not exhausted earlier.
Read a November 2021 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in Poland
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