Tax incentives to put 1 million EVs on Polish roads by 2025

September 22, 2016

Poland aims to have 1 million electric cars on its roads by 2025 as it seeks to cut carbon emissions from transport. The energy ministry has said it will use tax incentives to increase demand for EVs, including a fund to develop a prototype electric car built in Poland. According to Reuters, Poland's four biggest power producers -- PGE, Tauron, Enea and Energa – have also said they plan to set up a company, ElectroMobilityPoland, to promote the use of electric cars. The scheme would mean a massive rise in take-up of electric vehicles. In H1 2016, just 223 electric cars and 4,500 hybrids were registered.

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