Last Updated October 19, 2023
Electric Bike Rebates and Tax Credits
Latest Rebates and Tax Credits - Austria
Miming offers a funding application for bicycle accessories and cargo bikes reaching up to €400 per applicant.
The market town of Eichgraben grants subsidies for electric bicycles and cargo bikes, among other measures to reduce energy consumption and pollutant emissions in households. Applicants must have their main residence in the market town and there is no legal entitlement to receive a grant. Interested individuals can apply through the online form provided or get in touch with Stefanie Anderlik or Alireza Sarvari for further information.
In Salzburg, residents are eligible to apply for subsidies on bike trailers, cargo bikes, bicycles for people with disabilities, and bike conversions. The subsidy provides relief mainly for families since most trailers and bikes are purchased for transporting children. The subsidy amount ranges from 30% of the purchase price up to a maximum of €250 for bicycle trailers to 30% up to a maximum of €1,000 for electrically assisted cargo bicycles and bicycles for people with disabilities. The subsidy will be available in 2023, and applications can be submitted online from January 1, 2023.
From the given text, the town of Frastanz is promoting the purchase of eco-friendly mobility by offering a subsidy for bicycles, trailers, trolleys, and cargo bikes. The town offers a 25% rebate of the purchase price of bikes that comply with valid guidelines, up to a maximum of 150 euros. Cargo bikes are subsidized with a flat rate of 400 euros and electric cargo bikes with a flat rate of 600 euros. The purchase must be made from a local dealer within the area of Regio im Walgau, and the total subsidy volume is a maximum of €5,000.
The City of Graz provides non-refundable grant for the purchase of business and private cargo bikes by associations and housing communities of at least 3 households. A subsidy of 50% of the recognized purchase costs is granted up to a maximum amount of 1,000 euros per bike.
A non-repayable subsidy of 10% of the purchase price, up to a maximum of €150, is granted for the purchase of electric bicycles and electric transport bicycles. Young people between the ages of 12 and 22 receive a subsidy of 20% of the purchase price, up to a maximum of €300!
The city of Vienna provides subsidies for transport bicycles for private individuals and non-profit organizations, including "special bicycles" used for the transport of disabled people. The subsidy is up to 50% of the purchase price, but a maximum of 800 euros for transport bicycles and a maximum of 1,000 euros for electric transport bicycles. The fleet of the city's cargo bike-sharing service "Grätzlrad Wien" will also be expanded in the course of the subsidy. The subsidy applies to newly purchased transport bicycles and is intended to run until the end of 2026. Interested individuals and organizations can apply for the subsidy by filling in the application form and meeting the requirements mentioned in the guidelines.
The state of Tyrol in Austria supports the purchase of environmentally friendly transport bikes, including cargo bikes, for businesses, municipalities, schools, associations, and private individuals. The funding program offers support of up to 30% of the total cost for small and medium-sized enterprises, up to 50% of the acquisition costs for municipalities with mobility checks and schools, and up to 25% of the acquisition costs for municipalities without mobility checks and associations. Private individuals can receive a total funding amount of up to €1,100, of which the state covers €250. The funding campaign is valid until December 31, 2021.
The purchase is supported by a direct subsidy of 400 euros . If you buy a cargo bike from a company based in Amstetten, you will receive an additional one-time subsidy of EUR 100 in the form of an “Amstetten voucher card”. A maximum of 50 percent of the investment costs Used and self-made vehicles as well as retrofit kits for self-made transport bikes are not eligible for funding. requirements Residence or club or company headquarters in Amstetten Approval of the bike for road traffic
How big is the promotion? The subsidy amount is 25 percent of the purchase price for child bike trailers, cargo trailers and trolleys, max. € 150.00, for transport bikes a flat rate of €400.00 and for electric transport bikes a flat rate of €600.00.
From May 1, 2020, the market town of Frastanz in Austria will subsidize the purchase of a bicycle trailer for passenger transport (Kiki), for cargo transport as well as a bicycle trolley with 25% of the purchase price - but a maximum of 150 euros, in addition to subsidizing cargo bikes with a flat rate of 400 euros and electric cargo bikes with a flat rate of 600 euros. One subsidy criterion is purchasing from a local dealer within the Walgau region.
The city of Linz provides subsidies for the purchase of cargo bicycles, electric cargo bicycles, electric bicycle trailers, and bicycle trailers by private individuals, companies, and organizations with a registered office or main residence in Linz. The funding amount is 30% of the investment costs, and there are different maximum funding amounts for each type of vehicle. However, only cargo bicycles used for carpooling, or if existing motor vehicles are replaced by cargo bicycles for companies and organizations, may qualify for other funding. Conventional electric bicycles that are not used as cargo bicycles are not funded. There are various application forms and funding guidelines available on their website.
The market town of Lustenau, Austria subsidizes the purchase of children's bicycle trailers, cargo bicycle trailers, and bicycle trolleys. The subsidy applies to cargo bicycles and special bicycles such as tricycles or therapy bicycles (with and without electric motor) purchased from a regional dealer. The promotion of VVV annual passes has expired with the end of 2020. The municipality sponsors 25% of the purchase price for a child bicycle trailer, a cargo bicycle trailer or a bicycle trolley with a trailer coupling per household. It also subsidizes cargo bicycles with €400 and electric cargo bicycles with €600, along with special bicycles (tricycles and therapy bicycles) with €400 and €600 (with electric drive), respectively. The subsidy applies to individuals, associations and companies.
The municipality of Neukirchen adE has set itself the goal of playing a pioneering role in matters of environmental and climate protection and has been consistently pursuing this goal for years. The municipality provides further measures by promoting the purchase of cargo bikes and bicycle trailers and the purchase of bicycle parking facilities .
The city of Traiskirchen is offering a direct subsidy for the purchase of new (e-)cargo and folding bikes to increase ecological mobility and reduce CO2 emissions and particulate matter. The subsidy is available to all individuals and legal entities with a residence or registered office in Traiskirchen who have purchased a new cargo or folding bike within the last six months. The subsidy is 50% of the purchase price, up to a maximum of 500 euros for cargo bikes and 350 euros for folding bikes. The bike must be suitable for public transport, approved by the manufacturer, and not a used or self-built vehicle or retrofit kit. The subsidy can be applied for retroactively within six months of the bike purchase and the applicant must provide the original invoice and payment proof. The applicant must use the bike for their own mobility purposes for at least two years after purchase.
The town of St. Johann in Tirol is offering a mobility incentive program to promote sustainable transportation, particularly for families. The program provides a non-repayable one-time subsidy of up to 25% of the purchase price for eligible mobility products, including e-bikes, e-cargo bikes, and e-mopeds. The maximum subsidy amount varies depending on the type of product, ranging from €50 to €300. To be eligible, applicants must be natural persons with their main residence in St. Johann in Tirol and must provide proof of purchase from an authorized dealer. The subsidy is paid out in the form of St. Johanner shopping vouchers.
The following subsidy amounts are specified: Bike trailer new 25% of the purchase price, but a maximum of € 150.00 Cargo bike new 25% of the purchase price, however, a maximum of € 150.00
The government of Steiermark, Austria is offering a one-time, non-repayable subsidy for the purchase of new electric or non-electric cargo bikes. Individuals with a primary residence in Steiermark can receive a subsidy of 25% of the investment amount (including VAT), up to a maximum of €500. Companies with a business location in Steiermark can receive a subsidy of 25% of the investment amount (excluding VAT), up to a maximum of €400. Only one subsidy can be granted per applicant, and the application must be submitted within six months of the purchase. The subsidy cannot be combined with other subsidies from other regions. The aim of the subsidy is to reduce emissions from transportation and promote alternative modes of transportation.
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