Last updated on April 22, 2022
Across Europe, there are many electric vehicle (EV)charging incentives available for both private citizens and businesses.
European state governments, cities, and regions as well as the EU itself see the installation of residential and commercial charging stations as key to accelerating electric vehicles adoption across the continent.
Incentive and grants are offered from Spain to Sweden and many places in between to motivate the uptake of electric mobility.
How this guide works
In this guide, we’ve split electric vehicle charging incentives into two categories: residential charging incentives and commercial charging incentives.
- Residential charging incentives accommodate private residents looking to install charging stations at their homes, as well as owners and tenants of multi-unit buildings (e.g., condominiums). Generally, the charging stations installed with the help of these incentives are only for private use.
- Commercial charging incentives apply to companies and public entities wishing to provide electric vehicle charging as a dedicated service (e.g., a municipality), additional service (e.g., supermarket car parks), or as a perk for employees (e.g., workplace charging).
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