If you purchase a charger with a professional installation between September 1, 2021 and August 31, 2024, you are entitled to a tax reduction
. Home chargers:
between 1 January 2023 and 31 December 2023 a tax reduction of 30% with a maximum amount of 450 Euros
Between 1 January 2024 and 31 December 2024 a tax reduction of 15% with a maximum amount of 225 Euros
The conditions here are that you have green electricity, the charging station must be a smart charging station and the tax benefit is calculated over an amount of 1500 Euro per charging station and per taxpayer.
Thuis laders :
De voorwaarden hier zijn dat je beschikt over groene stroom, de laadpaal moet een slimme laadpaal zijn en het belastingvoordeel wordt berekend over een bedrag van 1500 Euro per laadpaal en per belastingplichtige.
Companies that buy a charging station between September 1, 2021 and August 31, 2024 and open these chargers to the public, can count on an increased cost deduction.
Companies that only use their charger for their own use and purchase it between 2023 and 2027, will only be entitled to an increased investment deduction.
between 1 January 2023 and 31 August 2024 a 150% cost deduction
The condition here is that the chargers are publicly accessible (for third parties) both during and outside operating hours.
an investment deduction of 35% between January 1, 2023 and December 31, 2023
between 1 January 2024 and 31 December 2024 an investment deduction of 29.5%
between 1 January 2025 and 31 December 2025 an investment deduction of 24%
between 1 January 2026 and 31 December 2026 an investment deduction of 18.5%
between 1 January 2027 and 31 December 2027 an investment deduction of 13.5%
Decision: buy your charging station today and enjoy the highest possible subsidy, the obligation to install one is coming.
Call for projects for publicly accessible charging infrastructure
Within the policy framework ‘Clean Power for Transport’, the Flemish government is launching a call for projects on ‘public charging infrastructure on private domain’.
You can submit a project proposal via the application form until November 10, 2023.
What types of projects are eligible?
The subsidy focuses on projects for the rollout of public charging infrastructure for normal and high power for electric passenger cars and vans. This on private property or in parking buildings that belong to the public domain.
Only projects that are realized in the Flemish Region after the close of the call are eligible.
Only the costs incurred after the notification of the selection are eligible for the calculation of the project subsidies.
Costs incurred and payments made before notification of the selection cannot be charged in any way. Preparatory steps, such as applying for a permit or permission, can already be taken.
The projects have a maximum duration of 2 years, starting from the notification of the selection of the project.
What are the conditions?
The charging points are publicly accessible 24 hours a day.
All electric vehicle users can charge there via an ad hoc charging option, without having to conclude a contract with the electricity supplier or operator concerned,
by means of at least one of the following electronic payment methods:
payment card readers;
contactless payment equipment that is at least capable of reading payment cards;
equipment with an internet connection and the possibility of a secure payment transaction, which, for example, generates a specific QR code.
The principles of interoperability with regard to operations and market-based prices are respected.
The poles are supplied with green energy.
The static and dynamic information about the charging points is shared through management systems that enable digital data exchange.
Projects that receive other subsidies or for which a subsidy application is pending are not eligible.
Only projects that comply with the provisions of Articles 4 and 5 of the ministerial decree are eligible for support.
The maximum subsidy per project is 300,000 euros. This allows investments to be reimbursed for the installation and smart connection of charging infrastructure. This is done at 10% of the costs with a maximum of 500 euros per realized charge point equivalent (CPE). If the charging infrastructure is operational on May 31, 2024, the compensation will be increased to 20% with a maximum of 1,000 euros per CPE.
In car parks in or on buildings or places without a public function, a maximum of 20 charging points or charging points on 20% of the parking spaces can be registered for a subsidy per location.
How are the CPEs determined?
A charging station with a limited capacity (3-11 kW) corresponds to 1 CPE. At a charging station with a higher power (22kW) these are 2 CPE, at an AC fast charging point (43 kW) these are 4 CPE, at a DC fast charging point (50 kW to less than 150 kW) these are 5 CPE and at a ultra-fast charging point (150 kW and more) is 10 CPE. A 300 kW charging station counts for 20 CPE.
If there are multiple charging points at one charging station for fast chargers, the number of CPE per point counts, but only for those points that can be charged simultaneously and for which parking space is also provided. The peak power of the charging station is also taken into account (e.g. a 300 kW ultra-fast charger with two 150 kW charging points counts for 20 CPE).
Charging stations that are accessible less than 24 hours a day are not eligible for support.
This information comes entirely from the Flemish government via Project call for publicly accessible charging infrastructure | Flanders.be