With a amendment to the Sostegni-bis Decree third-tier incentives for the purchase of new hybrid, petrol and diesel cars presented to the Government range between 61-135 g / km of CO2 may be included again.
Not surprisingly, in the text approved by the Government in recent days, the lack of the long-awaited refinancing of incentives for the 61-135g / km range was “denounced”, repeatedly requested by associations in order to encourage users to make more sustainable purchases in environmental terms. In fact, the Sostegni-bis Decree only includes a provision that it allocates 50 million euros to finance initiatives of mobilità sostenibile, come car sharing, car pooling, bike pooling e bike sharing.
As reported by Four wheels, the Government could refinance the incentives for cars with carbon dioxide emissions in this range and the proposal would seem to be that of a 350 million euro package, a sum inevitably higher than the 250 million euros disbursed from January to last April. However, it reports that the amendment may not be the only (and last) one in the sector. What we know is that the deadline for receiving suggestions from Parliament to modify the text of the Decree is set at 4 pm this afternoon, while as regards the deadline for the conversion of the Sostegni-bis Decree into law, the date has been set for next 25 July.
In addition to the provisions for petrol and diesel Euro 6, the amendment also aims to extend the bonus for the purchase of light vehicles, with a fund of 60 million euros, of which 10 million for electric vans. Considering that the deadline for the presentation of the proposed amendments is still far away, it is not excluded that other amendments may be filed in the next weeks.
Source: Tom's Hardware by www.tomshw.it.
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