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300 CHF
Applicants must fill out a financial incentive form from the Commune d'Epalinges for purchasing electric bikes, batteries for bikes, electric scooters/motorcycles, or a charging station. The form requires the submission of original invoices and proof of payment, and the incentive must be applied for within 3 months of purchase. The form also includes a section for confirming compliance with the fund's regulations and providing personal information.
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200 CHF
Subsidies are available through the Municipal fund for renewable energy and sustainable development in the Municipality of Chavornay. The applicant needs to provide their details, proof of purchase and payment, and information about their bank account for the disbursement of financial assistance. The disbursement of financial assistance is subject to availability of the fund.
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October 18, 2023
200 CHF
Subsidy for the purchase of an electric bicycle is available in the municipality of Jorat-Mézières via a grant application form
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October 18, 2023
600 CHF
The Commune of Ollon provides subsidies for the purchase of electric bicycles from specialized stores located in Canton of VAUD. However, buyers need to confirm the eligibility of the store before purchasing.
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October 18, 2023
600 CHF
Financial aid for mobility is available in the city of Sierre for the purchase of bikes and electric scooters, purchase of standard bikes, and support for the purchase of electric cars. The City expanded its policy of support for sustainable mobility and energy efficiency in 2019.
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October 7, 2023
300 CHF
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October 7, 2023
300 CHF
The Communal Regulation of the Fund for Promoting Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development offers subsidies related to the funds for promoting renewable energy and sustainable development, which includes a subsidy request form for mobility following the purchase of an electric bike.
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October 7, 2023
300 CHF
The Municipality of Bellevue provides a subsidy of CHF 300 for the purchase of a new electric assisted bike (EBB), costing a minimum of CHF 1,100 to promote sustainable development and encourage soft mobility. The bicycle must be purchased from a Swiss retailer, and only one subsidy is granted per year and per household domiciled on the communal territory. To receive the subsidy, the buyer must present the original invoice and a copy of their ID card within three months of purchase at the town hall reception. The total amount is paid in cash, and the beneficiary agrees not to resell or give away the bicycle to which the subsidy is intended for two years from the date of purchase.
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October 7, 2023
300 CHF
ebikes are on the list of grants available for public subsidies by the Municipality of Bussigny.
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October 7, 2023
300 CHF
The ebike incentive is that the municipality will provide financial aid of 10% of the cost of the bike for the purchase of an electric bike. The applicant must provide a proof of payment and a seller's invoice.
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October 7, 2023
400 CHF
The city of Lausanne offers grants for purchasing electric bikes, bike batteries, and electric scooters purchased at approved Lausanne stores. The grant amounts are 15% of the purchase price with a maximum of CHF 400 for electric bikes and CHF 1000 for electric scooters. The grants can be doubled for those under 25 or those with a subsidy for health insurance. Used batteries and scooters are not eligible for the grant. Businesses can receive grant coverage for up to five bikes or batteries. The approval for a Lausanne store requires professional advice on electric bikes, the possibility to test electric bikes, and an after-sales service workshop. To receive the grant, the recipient must request it through the equiwatt website and include a copy of the purchase invoice and necessary documents.
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October 7, 2023
300 CHF
The Commune of Lonay offers a subsidy of CHF 300 for the purchase of a new electric bike or 10% of the purchase value, up to a maximum of CHF 300, for a used electric bike. The subsidy is only available to taxpayers who are residents or businesses in Lonay. The buyer must purchase the bike from a specialized dealer in Switzerland and certify that it is for personal or professional use. The subsidy is only available once per person every five years and for a maximum of three bikes per business. The offer is subject to budget availability.
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October 7, 2023
1000 CHF
The FDD offers a 20% participation in the cost of a new electric bike or electric bike kit, up to a maximum of CHF 1,000, for individuals or family members residing in Montreux, or for companies acquiring the bike for their own professional use. The bike must be purchased from an approved Vaudois dealer.
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October 7, 2023
400 CHF
Contribution of 20% of the purchase cost of a new electric bicycle, up to a max. from CHF 400.-. Bike purchased from an approved dealer in Vaud.
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October 7, 2023
1000 CHF
The City of Vevey offers grants through its Communal Fund for Energy and Sustainable Development (FEDD), intended for projects that adhere to the city's energy, climate, and sustainability policies. For individuals and professionals living in Vevey, there are grants available for supporting ebike purchase, among other initiatives. Mobility grants include electric bike and battery, bicycle repair/review, heat pump, public transport subscription, and economic driving course. These grants are subjected to regulations for awarding financial assistance and your application must be complete before the start of the project.
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October 7, 2023
300 CHF
The City of Vevey offers subsidies through its Communal Fund for Energy and Sustainable Development (FEDD). These subsidies aim to encourage and support projects that align with the city's energy and climate policies and sustainability goals. Subsidies are available for projects related to bike repair, electric bikes, cargo bikes, renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable development. All information about subsidies and their eligibility criteria is available on the city's website.
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October 7, 2023
350 CHF
The Aire-la-Ville Municipality offers an electric bike subsidy, along with other transportation options such as tpg or CFF subscription subsidies, cycling mobility, pedestrian mobility, carpooling, and car-sharing.
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October 7, 2023
400 CHF
The city of Aigle provides grants for projects that increase the energy efficiency of buildings, increase renewable energy consumption, and preserve natural resources. The purchase of electric two-wheelers is one of the projects that Aigle city supports with grants.
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October 7, 2023
400 CHF
From 1 January 2021, a subsidy of CHF 400.00/bike is awarded when purchasing an electric bike upon presentation of the purchase invoice. This request can be made by email . We thank you in advance for providing us with your bank details to proceed with the payment of the subsidy.
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October 7, 2023
300 CHF
Residents of Gland can get a subsidy of up to 20% of the purchase price, capped at CHF 300, for purchasing an electric-assisted bike. Similarly, they can get 20% of the purchase price, capped at CHF 200, to buy an electric bike battery, bike trailer, electric bike kit or registered electric bike. The city also offers an 80% subsidy, capped at CHF 100, when subscribing to their first Mobility subscription or purchasing a Publibike subscription card. Lastly, a 20% subsidy, capped at CHF 200, is available for the purchase of a TUG/zone 23 Mobilis card or subscription.

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