Public sector

2021

Subventions mobilité électrique

Electric car sales in France and Europe are growing very rapidly. In 2020, nearly 195,000 electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles were registered, representing 8% of all sales. One of the factors behind this rapid development is the strong support provided by the public authorities for all aspects of the electric system. However, as public support is dispersed between the State and local authorities, and split up into different forms (ecological bonus, conversion premium, tax exemptions for conversion bonus, tax exemptions for the installation of charging stations, etc.), there is no overall estimate of the budget allocated by the public authorities to this policy. In addition to the additional expenses associated with the various aid schemes, support for the automobile system could have adverse effects. On the one hand, the development of the automobile system is likely to lead to an erosion of tax revenues based on fuel consumption. On the other hand, by reducing the cost of car use, it could have an impact on the mobility practices of citizens. In this context, FNAUT is seeking to gain a better understanding on the public cost of electromobility development both on the upstream (support policy) and downstream parts (induced effects on public revenues).

 

Other references for domain :  Mobility Behaviour

Understanding the home-study mobility of school children
Ongoing
Local Mobility Plan of the City of Paris – Diagnosis of the PLM
Ongoing
Survey on the needs, practices, representations and aspirations of mobility in the city of Lausanne
Ongoing

Other references for domain :  Shared mobility and alternative transport modes

Subventions mobilité électrique
2021
Centrales de mobilité : Définition de la demande et de modèles d’affaire potentiels
Ongoing
Assistance Smart Mobility
Ongoing

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