In order to meet the requirements of Directive 2014/94/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council on the development of alternative fuels infrastructure (Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Directive - AFID), the German government's Climate Protection Program 2030, and the strategic further development of electromobility in the Free State of Bavaria, the development of a nationwide basic charging infrastructure of publicly accessible charging points is a mandatory requirement.
The object of the funding is the procurement and construction of publicly accessible charging infrastructure for electric vehicles in Bavaria with at least one charging point, including the necessary network connection.
In addition to the procurement and construction of charging infrastructure at new locations, funding is also provided for the upgrading or replacement of charging infrastructure and the upgrading of the grid connection at existing locations, provided that these have not already been funded and if an added value is proven.
Funding is also provided for the connection of the funded charging points to the low or medium voltage grid and the combination of grid connection and a buffer storage if it serves to supply charging points.
Recipients of funding
Eligible applicants are natural persons and legal entities, in particular also municipalities and districts, unless a restriction is made in the respective funding call.
Type and scope, amount of the grant
Charging points and grid connection are subsidized with a maximum percentage of 60%. The specific applicable funding rate will be announced in the respective funding call.
Furthermore, a maximum funding amount is specified. For charging points, this depends on the charging capacity and is between EUR 2,500 and EUR 20,000. For the grid connection, the maximum amount is EUR 10,000 or EUR 100,000.