EV news in Denmark: Updates to taxation schemes and more

by Monta | July 28, 2022

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Denmark has applied adjustments to the taxation schemes for electric and plug-in hybrid cars, and for at-work charging. This is what you need to know:

Company car tax deductions

There was an update made to company cars’ taxation regulations for the years 2023-2026. There will be a deduction of 15,000DKK on tax basis for all zero-emission vehicles, meaning purely electric cars. This is in addition to a new supplement of 30,000DKK to the tax base for low-emission cars, such as plug-in hybrid cars.

EV charging at work is tax-free

Good news for everyone offering EV charging at the office - starting in 2023 and going until 2026, that type of charging will be tax-free!

Read also: EV growth predictions keep falling short

Housing associations get help for charge point installation

And last but not least, housing associations in Denmark will have access to 92.5 million DKK to install charge points between 2023 and 2025. The funds will cover up to 25% of the total cost of the installation project. Housing associations will be ranked in order of priority based on a few factors, such as the number of people living there, and the distance to the nearest charge point.

If you’re interested in installing charge points at your housing association, fill out this form and get a minimum of 3 attractive quotes from Monta-certified installers. Choose the option you like best, and we’ll pass on your information so they can get in contact with you. With a Monta-certified installer, you can be assured you’re working with a professional that adheres to the highest standards.

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