As is often the case with technology, Luxembourg is a pioneer. This is the case with charging stations. While this subject may present an obstacle to adoption in neighbouring countries, the city of Luxembourg already has 62 charging points distributed over the various districts of the city centreboard, Hollerich, railway station, Bonnevoie, Limpertsberg and Kirchberg. And through Chargy - the grouping of Luxembourg distribution system managers - the Grand Duchy has set up a vast plan to provide 800 public charging stations throughout the country by 2022.
In addition to infrastructure, in 2020 the government renewed its financial aid plan to promote electric mobility. The programme provides a bonus of €5,000 for the purchase of a 100% electric car and €2,500 for plug-in hybrid vehicles with emissions less than 50 g/km. Find all the details on bonuses for the purchase of an electric or hybrid vehicle on the Guichet-public.lu website.
Ready to get started? Now you have to choose from the various electrification technologies available. Some cheat sheets to revise from before visiting a dealer.