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Funding for electric vans, trucks, motorcycles, wheelchair accessible vehicles

The government is today (14 June 2022) closing the plug-in car grant scheme and refocusing funding towards the main barriers to the EV transition, including public charging and supporting the purchase of other road vehicles where the switch to electric requires further development.

To continue the government’s drive towards net zero and ensure effective use of taxpayer funds, £300 million in grant funding will now be refocused towards extending plug-in grants to boost sales of plug-in taxismotorcyclesvans and trucks and wheelchair accessible vehicles, as announced in the autumn statement.

A new public evaluation report has been published today highlighting while the plug-in car grant was vital in building the early market for electric vehicles, it has since been having less of an effect on demand, with other existing price incentives such as company car tax, continuing to have an important impact. The report also found the plug-in van market will benefit from grant incentives more to support businesses and their fleets in making the switch.

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Location: UK

Value: £300m funding pot

Deadline: Fund yet to open

Date Added: 14 Jun 2022

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Funding for electric vans, trucks, motorcycles, wheelchair accessible vehicles - FCS Associates

Funding for electric vans, trucks, motorcycles, wheelchair accessible vehicles

The government is today (14 June 2022) closing the plug-in car grant scheme and refocusing funding towards the main barriers to the EV transition, including public charging and supporting the purchase of other road vehicles where the switch to electric requires further development.

To continue the government’s drive towards net zero and ensure effective use of taxpayer funds, £300 million in grant funding will now be refocused towards extending plug-in grants to boost sales of plug-in taxismotorcyclesvans and trucks and wheelchair accessible vehicles, as announced in the autumn statement.

A new public evaluation report has been published today highlighting while the plug-in car grant was vital in building the early market for electric vehicles, it has since been having less of an effect on demand, with other existing price incentives such as company car tax, continuing to have an important impact. The report also found the plug-in van market will benefit from grant incentives more to support businesses and their fleets in making the switch.

Click here to find out more.

Location: UK

Value: £300m funding pot

Deadline: Fund yet to open

Date Added: 14 Jun 2022

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants
Funding for electric vans, trucks, motorcycles, wheelchair accessible vehicles - FCS Associates

Funding for electric vans, trucks, motorcycles, wheelchair accessible vehicles

The government is today (14 June 2022) closing the plug-in car grant scheme and refocusing funding towards the main barriers to the EV transition, including public charging and supporting the purchase of other road vehicles where the switch to electric requires further development.

To continue the government’s drive towards net zero and ensure effective use of taxpayer funds, £300 million in grant funding will now be refocused towards extending plug-in grants to boost sales of plug-in taxismotorcyclesvans and trucks and wheelchair accessible vehicles, as announced in the autumn statement.

A new public evaluation report has been published today highlighting while the plug-in car grant was vital in building the early market for electric vehicles, it has since been having less of an effect on demand, with other existing price incentives such as company car tax, continuing to have an important impact. The report also found the plug-in van market will benefit from grant incentives more to support businesses and their fleets in making the switch.

Click here to find out more.

Location: UK

Value: £300m funding pot

Deadline: Fund yet to open

Date Added: 14 Jun 2022

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants
Funding for electric vans, trucks, motorcycles, wheelchair accessible vehicles - FCS Associates

Funding for electric vans, trucks, motorcycles, wheelchair accessible vehicles

The government is today (14 June 2022) closing the plug-in car grant scheme and refocusing funding towards the main barriers to the EV transition, including public charging and supporting the purchase of other road vehicles where the switch to electric requires further development.

To continue the government’s drive towards net zero and ensure effective use of taxpayer funds, £300 million in grant funding will now be refocused towards extending plug-in grants to boost sales of plug-in taxismotorcyclesvans and trucks and wheelchair accessible vehicles, as announced in the autumn statement.

A new public evaluation report has been published today highlighting while the plug-in car grant was vital in building the early market for electric vehicles, it has since been having less of an effect on demand, with other existing price incentives such as company car tax, continuing to have an important impact. The report also found the plug-in van market will benefit from grant incentives more to support businesses and their fleets in making the switch.

Click here to find out more.

Location: UK

Value: £300m funding pot

Deadline: Fund yet to open

Date Added: 14 Jun 2022

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants