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Croatia to provide 108 mln kuna (14 mln euro) incentives for purchase of energy efficient vehicles

Author Annie Tsoneva
Croatia to provide 108 mln kuna (14 mln euro) incentives for purchase of energy efficient vehicles ACEA / All rights reserved.

ZAGREB (Croatia), June 21 (SeeNews) - Croatia's Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund said on Tuesday it has called public tenders to allocate 108.3 million kuna ($15million/14 million euro) incentives to co-finance the purchase of energy efficient vehicles.

Out of the total, incentives worth 103.3 million kuna are aimed at individuals and companies and 5 million kuna will be allocated to companies from the public sector, the fund said in a statement.

The fund expects huge demand for the incentives, the head of the fund, Alenka Kosisa Cicin-Sain, said

The incentives vary depending ot the type of the vehicle: up to 20,000 kuna for electric vehicles L1-L7 category, up to 40,000 for plug-in hybrid M1 category and up to 400,000 kuna for vehicles category N2, N3, M2, M3 with electric, „plug-in“ hybrid drive.

The fund also plans to co-finance development of infrastructure for charging of energy efficient vehicles later this year.

(1 euro=7.519 Croatian kuna)

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