ZEV Related Policies
Under the EU CO2 standards, all new cars and vans must have zero CO2 emissions from 2035. Luxembourg plans for electric vehicles to constitute 49% of new vehicle registrations by 2030.
Charging Infrastructure Policies
Under the Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR) Member States are required to ensure a minimum total power output is provided through publicly accessible recharging stations and that fast-charging pools are installed along major European traffic corridors. Luxembourg will distribute €4.5 million in funding for the construction of 682 charging points. Companies will be subsidized with up to 50% of the investment costs for fast chargers, with additional exemptions for small- and medium-sized enterprises.
Luxembourg announced its extension of the electric car subsidy program by two years. Battery-electric passenger cars and vans are eligible for a grant of €8,000, covering up to 50% of the purchase price and with an electric energy consumption not exceeding 180Wh/km. For passenger cars, the subsidy is €3,000 with an electric energy consumption above 180Wh/km,