Volkswagen Bank has started financing charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. The offer is aimed at companies that want to electrify their vehicle fleet and need to install the necessary charging infrastructure at their respective company headquarters.
Loans of 50,000 to 250,000 euros with a term and fixed interest rate of up to 20 years are to be approved “quickly and unbureaucratically”, according to the statement. Higher loans would be granted after a positive balance sheet review.
In addition, the investment financing also covers work on the building, the existing operating equipment and the connection costs. The installation of a photovoltaic system or a buffer storage tank can also be financed as part of the investment. In addition, Volkswagen Bank advises on the integration of possible subsidies and takes these into account from the outset when planning the individual financing.
Only last month, Volkswagen Financial Services launched a Europe-wide electromobility programme called ‘Electrification-as-a-service‘ (EaaS). The aim is to support the electrification of large, commercially used vehicle fleets.
With EaaS, customers are to benefit from a uniform consulting and implementation offer from a single source and across national borders. According to a press release on the new product, this all-around service is made possible through cooperation with selected partners.
- ADVERTISEMENT -