in Europe began to distribute free electric carsJuly 16, 2020
This is reported by Bloomberg.
According to the source, European buyers rushed to buy new electric cars at a bargain price. For example, in Germany, electric vehicles can be rented with government subsidies at below the average cellular rate. According to the dealer network Autohaus Koenig, in the three weeks that have passed since the offer was posted on the website, more than 3,000 people applied for the Renault Zoe rental service, and 300 of them signed contracts.
France has also begun to provide subsidies to citizens for the purchase and rental of electric cars. For example, Renault expects demand for its compact electric car Zoe to double by the end of this year. In the Netherlands, a € 10 million fund to help the electric car market was spent in just 8 days, Bloomberg reports.
At the same time, some European governments, such as Belgium and the UK, have canceled all support for citizens who have opted for environmentally friendly transport. By the way, China also planned to cancel subsidies and benefits this year, however, due to the outbreak of coronavirus infection, it extended the support program until 2022.
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