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)