Incentives for EV Charging Station Installation in Europe 2023


As governments strive to accelerate the transition to electric mobility and achieve carbon neutrality goals, incentives for EV charging station installation have become crucial. This article provides an updated overview of the incentives available for EV charging station installation in various European countries in 2023.

EU’s Commitment to Emission Reduction

The European Union (EU) has set ambitious targets to reduce emissions. Under the “Fit for 55” package, which aligns with the EU’s goal of reducing emissions by at least 55% by 2030, the EU is working on revising its climate, energy, and transport-related legislation. Additionally, the European Parliament has approved a ban on the sale of petrol or diesel cars in the EU from 2035, further emphasizing the shift toward electric mobility.

Country-specific Incentives

  1. Belgium:
    • Offers a 30% income tax deduction (maximum €1,500) for the cost of purchasing an OCPP-compliant EV charger for private use.
  2. Finland:
    • Provides a refund of 35% (up to €90,000) of the total cost of charging infrastructure for housing organizations offering EV charging for private use.
  3. France (ADVENIR program):
    • Offers a tax credit of €960 for the purchase and installation of a charging station until the end of 2023.
    • Provides a grant covering 50% of the cost (maximum €1,160) for collective charging stations in condominiums.
  4. Italy:
    • Provides a refund of up to €2,000 for purchasing and installing a charging station (up to 220 kW). Installation must be part of an energy-efficiency renovation.
  5. Spain:
    • Offers grants to cover 70% (for municipalities with over 5,000 inhabitants) and 80% (for municipalities with less than 5,000 inhabitants) of the cost of buying and installing chargers.
  6. Sweden:
    • Provides grants covering 50% (maximum SEK 15,000/charging point) of purchasing and installation costs for private installations.
  7. United Kingdom:
    • The government offers a grant covering up to 75% (maximum £350, including VAT) of the cost of purchasing and installing an EV charger.

Miles EV Charging Portfolio for Residential Charging

Miles offers AC charging stations that are OCPP-compliant and equipped with an LCD screen. These connectable charging stations allow for load management within buildings or locations, resulting in a fair distribution of energy across multiple EVs. They also support load scheduling and utilize locally produced renewable energy sources, offering an economical and environmentally friendly charging solution.


Incentives for EV charging station installation play a significant role in promoting the growth of electric mobility across Europe. Governments are actively implementing various measures to support individuals and organizations in adopting EVs and building charging infrastructure. It is essential to stay updated with the latest information and requirements from local authorities and institutions to take full advantage of these incentives.

By investing in EV charging infrastructure, we can accelerate the transition to electric mobility, reduce emissions, and foster a sustainable and greener future.

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