In the Federal Government, according to a report of the mirrors the support for an electric car purchase program – but the important financial department is apparently not included.
The Hamburg news magazine writes with reference to an internal paper, Minister of Economic Affairs Sigmar Gabriel (SPD), Transport Minister Alexander Dobrindt (CSU) and Environment Minister Barbara Hendricks (SPD) had now understood, from July the acquisition of E-vehicles for private customers with 5000 euros per car to subsidize. It is also provided that the automakers take 40 percent of the costs incurred.
The financial requirement for the information of the magazine is estimated at 1.3 billion euros. From the Ministry of Transport, it bothered on Friday, but from a fixed agreement with the departments of the economy and the environment KINN but no speech: "There is no agreement on the requirement of electromobility."
Minister of Finance Wolfgang Schauble (CDU), which, according to the report, had to provide around 800 million euros by 2020, strictly pronounced against a purchase program. At an event in front of the G20 meeting in the Chinese metropolis Shanghai, he had said on Thursday, he has no money – but regulatory concerns with possible direct buying feet for electric vehicles.
Showbles house explained on Friday in Berlin, from a plan of the three other departments in advance of nothing to have experienced. "We were not involved in the paper," said a speaker on request.
According to the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the internal agreements between the participating resorts are not yet terminated. "Run the speech within the federal government, and they are running constructive," said a spokeswoman Gabriel, without calling for details.
From their goal to bring a million e-cars to the strain by 2020, the federal government is still far away. SPD and CSU had always piled on a buying program, but were always failed with this project at Schahles Votum.
The carmaker BMW and Daimler did not want to comment on the report. The Nature Conservation Association Germany stressed, a possible e-purchase program should not be counterparted from funds of the household. It is not yet a special levy on cars with high CO2 values or a slight increase in mineral oil tax instead.