With a plethora of electric cars hitting the market and its supporting infrastructure now widely available, it makes sense to buy an electric vehicle (EV). The Netherlands will also soon support your EV purchase decision by offering monetary compensation towards the cost of a new EV. This scheme will be made available for people who have bought new or used cars. However, there is a catch. Read on to know more about how you can avail a major discount on your upcoming EV purchase.
Get up to €4000 off on your next EV purchase!
The news comes via a report from Dutch news organization RTL. As per the report, the Environment and Housing minister, Stientje van Veldhoven, is making agreements with car and environmental clubs to provide subsidies for private EV buyers, from July 1. If the report is to be believed, those who purchase a new EV could be eligible to receive a subsidy of €4000, while those buying second-hand EV can get subsidies of up to €2000.