to be given bigger discounts on the great belt power link to the erhvervsbilister, which is running in more environmentally friendly cars and vehicles.
It has a broad political majority decided, informs the Transport ministry in a press release.
today there will be given various discounts on the great belt power link for commercial traffic, and this applies a discount based on how many tours companies have over the great belt.
in Order to get more businesses to choose environmentally-friendly vehicles, and in order to simplify the rebates have a broad political majority decided to refocus erhvervsrabatterne on the great belt power link.
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the Change means that, in future, only be given a discount for vehicles, which meets at least the so-called Euronorm VI. The discount will continue to be 13 percent.
- the Government is primarily concerned with the handling of the covid-19 right now. It does not, however, that we must encourage business to use the most environmentally-friendly vehicles, if we are to achieve our ambitious climate change targets, says transport minister Benny Engelbrecht.
- that is Why I am pleased that a broad majority of the political parties is behind a green transformation of erhvervsrabatterne on the great belt, then the only discount is the most environmentally friendly vehicles. At the same time, it is positive that both small and large businesses get access to the discount, so it is not only reserved for the big companies, he says.
at the same time, sales rates, abolished, so that all business customers get the same discount, regardless of how many trips which run over the great belt, nor are given discounts for vehicles which are not, as a minimum live up to the Euronorm 6.
Behind the agreement are the government, R, SF, V, DF, K and LA.
Parties to the notes at the same time, the new green rates will be provided as a straksrabat. It will be for the benefit of corporate liquidity, writes the parties of the agreement.
The green erhvervsrabat shall enter into force on 1. October 2020.
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