Subventions for electric vehicles: Moves III Plan
The Moves III Plan is equipped with 400 million euros to be divided between the purchase of plug-in and fuel cell vehicles and the installation of charging points for electric vehicles.
What is the Moves Plan?v
The Moves Plan is a programme of the Spanish Ministry for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge that aims to promote the transition to a more sustainable economy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
One of the measures included in the Moves Plan is the subsidy for the purchase of electric vehicles, with the aim of promoting the use of these more sustainable vehicles and reducing dependence on oil.
The Moves Plan grant for the purchase of electric vehicles is available to individuals and companies and applies to the purchase of new or second-hand electric vehicles. The amount of the subsidy depends on the type of vehicle and the characteristics of the transaction, and may vary depending on the Autonomous Community in which the purchase is made.
To apply for the Moves Plan subsidy for the purchase of an electric vehicle, it is necessary to meet certain requirements and present the necessary documentation. It is advisable to consult the specific conditions and requirements on the website of the Ministry for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge or on the website of the corresponding Autonomous Community.
Moves III Plan
The Moves III Plan is coordinated by IDEA, but it is each community that publishes and manages the aid.
But what is this incentive for the installation of charging point infrastructures about?
Features of the Moves III Plan
The installation of recharging points can receive aid of up to 80% of the eligible cost for individuals, the self-employed and public administrations with no economic activity.
In the case of companies and public administrations with economic activity, the aid is up to 60% of the eligible cost. This aid provides a significant reduction of the final cost of the project.
The Moves III Plan also provides aid of up to 80% of the eligible cost for homeowners’ associations wishing to pre-install or install charging points.
Eligible costs and who may benefit
- Eligible costs include the charging point
- Legalisation of the installation
- Civil works
- Engineering and project management costs.
But who can benefit from this aid?
- Natural persons
- Communities of owners
- Legal persons and other entities whose NIF begins with the letters A, B, C, D, E, F, F, G, J, R, or W
- Entities of Conservation of Polygons or Agricultural Societies of Transformation whose NIF begins with V
- Local entities
- Institutional public sector.
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