E-MOBILITY FUNDING 2023
In Austria, charging units for electric cars will again be subsidized in 2023, both for private individuals and for companies. This means you can secure up to 1,800 euros with the eligible NRGkick and NRGkick Fix – because not only wallboxes are subsidized, but also communication-capable, intelligent charging cables.
In Germany, NRGkick Fix is still eligible for funding for applications already approved by KfW Bank. Two variants of NRGkick have been developed specifically for this funding: NRGkick Fix Select and NRGkick Fix Max.
- Information on KfW funding for public institutions (Germany)
- Information on KfW funding for companies (Germany)
This reduces self-financing to a minimum – an opportunity you should definitely take advantage of! To make it easier for you to submit your application, we have summarized the most important aspects.
Apply for funding in AT
Registration for funding at emob.klimafonds.gv.at
Register with the Austrian Environmental Fund using the online form. Possible as of now!
Order your NRGkick
You can then order your NRGkick and receive the invoice needed for the funding application.
Fill out application and upload documents
When filling out the grant application, you can submit the invoice right away.
Payment of the grant
After approval of the submitted application, the eligible amount per charging point will be paid out.
KfW funding application in DE
Application for funding from KfW
First submit the funding application to KfW. In any case, submit this application before purchasing the NRGkick Fix. You can find the application online in the subsidy portal at: https://public.kfw.de/zuschussportal-web/
KfW confirms the funding application
KfW will check your documents and provide the grant.
Order your NRGkick Fix
Then you can order your NRGkick Fix. NRGkick Fix has been specially designed to meet all the specifications of the promotion. In addition to a fixed connection, NRGkick Fix offers intelligent communication via Bluetooth and WiFi to communicate with any third-party systems and provide operating data for reporting purposes.
Register your charging unit
After your NRGkick Fix has been installed by your electrician, submit your NRGkick Fix and installation invoices to the KfW grant portal, or register your NRGkick with the OBELIS online platform.
Payment of the grant
After the installation has been carried out and all invoices have been submitted, the maximum eligible amount of € 900,- per charging point will be paid out.
NRGkick Fix – tailored to fundings
What is the difference to NRGkick Fix Max?
NRGkick Fix Select comes with a protective interlock and NRGkick wall socket 16A, while NRGkick Fix Max comes with a protective interlock and NRGkick wall socket 32A. This means that NRGkick Fix Select is limited to 16A by the wall socket once it is connected to it, so the maximum charging current is 16A. Thus, NRGkick Fix Select is ideally suited if the supply line allows a maximum of 16A.
What is the difference with NRGkick Fix Select?
NRGkick Fix Max comes with a protective interlock and NRGkick wall socket 32A, while NRGkick Fix Select comes with a protective interlock and NRGkick wall socket 16A. This means that NRGkick Fix Max can be charged at full AC charging speed of up to 32A if an appropriate supply line is available! Thus, NRGkick Fix Max is the right choice if the supply line allows a maximum of 32A and should be charged at the maximum possible speed.
In addition to the subsidies in Austria and Germany, NRGkick and NRGkick Fix are also being integrated into more and more (international) subsidy programs – for example, the load unit is also eligible for subsidies in Belgium.
If you have any questions about eligibility in the various countries, please feel free to contact us:
Tel.: +43 664 5376251
What else you should know about e-mobility funding
Grants for electric charging infrastructure are available for both public and private organizations. Thus, there is sure to be something for you.
There are various programs that offer support in the form of financial funding or technical advice:
- These include the National Development Plan for Electromobility (in Austria, the Umweltförderung).
- The KfW funding program for electromobility
- The European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), which support investments in electric charging infrastructure
Financial support for the procurement of charging equipment and components, the construction of charging infrastructures and the development of electric charging concepts is provided through these programs. The support enables public and private organizations to build the necessary electric charging infrastructure to support electric cars and other electric vehicles.