ZEV Related Policies
Under the EU CO2 standards, all new cars and vans must have zero CO2 emissions from 2035. By 2030, Slovenia targets all new car and van sales to comprise vehicles emitting 50g CO2/km or less.
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. In 2023, the Slovenian parliament passed the Act on Infrastructure for Alternative Fuels and Promotion of Transition to Alternative Fuels in Transport. The law establishes the legal framework for the development, expansion, and deployment of infrastructure for alternative fuels in transport with the primary goal of building a dense network of fast and ultra-fast electric charging stations.
The Eco-fund has a total of €8.5 million available to disburse ZEV purchase subsidies. Up to €6,500 is available for zero-emission cars or vans that cost under €35,000; used vehicle subsidies are capped at €3,000 for vehicles worth up to €30,000 and €2,000 for more expensive vehicles.