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In recent weeks, there has been speculation that the high subsidies for the purchase of electric cars in Germany will end this year.

According to the daily Handelsblatt, the Ministry of Transport, on the other hand, is fulfilling an extended and sharply increasing contribution to the purchase of a number of electronic cars until 2027. For vehicles with a price of up to 40,000 euros, the local bonus will increase from 6,000 to 10,800 euros. This would increase the limit of the purchase price of the car to which the bonus can be applied, up to 60,000 euros. Federal Transport Minister Volker Wissing emphasized on Twitter that this was only a possibility.

scales do not meet with general talent. They were formulated most clearly by the magazine Focus, which wrote: Efforts to increase subsidies will be suspicious. The drive technology, which most carmakers constantly present as a significantly better than an internal combustion engine, is probably not so better in the end. After all, technology itself is unlikely to require a penny. If a VW, BMW or Mercedes bag doesn’t have the door to attract their electric cars, then they won’t be able to send them a clear signal to Wolfsburg, Munich or Stuttgart: Then make better electric cars. Or say it clearly and without packaging: the same electrical exchange is uneven. In France, it is much more open to work with this opinion.

The German government coalition has set 15 million electric cars on the roads by 2030. This would require the registration of about 1.8 million new electric cars. Last year, out of a total of 2.62 million new passenger cars, only 356,000 were electric. Recently, the number of registered electric cars has dreamed and their market share is not growing at present.

Focus u vid dn dn reasons for subsidies electric car, on the contrary only arguments against. According to him, it is not necessary to artificially push it, the electric car has established it twice, many models have a long delivery time. Many manufacturers, including Tesla, have even sharply increased the prices of their electric cars. Continuing to subsidize cars is now at odds with all economic logic. In addition, the current stagnation of the share of the electricity market is not supported by the current breeding breeding of Germany, but is being bred a year ago due to long delivery times. In the long term, also due to high fuel prices, according to the electric car on the market again sharply vol. A firm target, such as the requirement of 15 million such vehicles, will only lead to blind activism, hard.

Subsidies also include tax rates: While petrol and diesel cars have to pay, they still have to pay for petrol (a large part of which is tax), and electric cars are tax-exempt. Every day, when a few SUVs get this privilege, there is a loss of income. Instead of more and more privileges, the two of them would be appropriate to tax the electric car, just to be able to fly to a variety of infrastructure chargers, the Focus.

Moreover, subsidies are socially unfair: privileges favor those who do not need them. Last year’s Deutsche Bank study found that electric car buyers are often in a position. The bank thus consumed that one electric car, which is the equivalent of VW Golf, will cost the cash register for 20 thousand euros during its lifetime (this is a tax that it will not collect for it).

This is not even a company, which is one of the possibilities that the Ministry of Transport is considering, according to Handelsblatt. That would be the exact opposite of sustainable politics. It would help the main car, but it would damage the tax fees. And overall, it would even damage the environment. Because any vehicle that ends up crushing before the end of its average life in Germany is 18 years old and is replaced by a new electric SUV, it could instead be powered by synthetic, climate-neutral or at least low-CO fuel.2, and it would be more environmentally friendly than any electric car. Germany thus brakes the climate fuel, because it does not want to endanger the lights in the field of electricity, the Focus closes.

According to the German government’s coalition agreement, all subsidies for the purchase should expire in 2025. It is thus agreed in the coalition agreement that subsidies will continue to decline until then, on Handelsblatt.

According to Wissing, the proposal gave a reason: Germany could not reduce CO emissions2 as it imagined and fulfilled. And above all, they rise from traffic, instead of falling.

Despite the pandemic last year, the transport sector missed its climate tariffs by three million tons of CO2 and this year alone has to save another million tons. The traffic is growing year by year and emissions are rising. Sm Wissing emphasizes that he wants to enforce mobility, not forbid it, and he hopes that his colleague, Cleck Minister Habeck, will understand.

The climate protection bill approved by the German parliament in 2019 states that if any of the sectors of the economy has not met its emissions targets for the past year, the responsible minister must propose a measure to the municipality. At the same time, it must not only be formal and temporary, but it must also have an immediate effect. The suitability of the proposal examines several independent conditions, he explains

Wissing has proposed 53 additional measures, including cost-effective accelerated depreciation for e-mobiles and thus funding research programs for climate-neutral summer or the digitization of railways and the distribution of railways and urban transport. And according to experts, the climate gap will remain in no other sector. In addition, it is a must-have: this year, Germany is pouring 5.9 billion euros into electromobility. If the new idea was implemented, subsidies for battery mobility would cost the country 73 billion euros in five years.

According to experts, the multi-billion tax subsidy for the purchase of electric cars would help save three million tons per tonne. For comparison: a speed limit would save two million tons. Speed ​​limits of 100, 80 and 30 kilometers per hour on highways, country roads and cities are usually inexpensive and cost nothing, Maike Schaeferov told the Handelsblatt.