Allego adapts EV charging fees due to electricity prices
Allego will increase charging tariffs in most European countries in the company’s network on 1 September due to rising electricity prices across Europe. The three levels of charging speeds introduced during the last price rise at the beginning of the year continue to apply.
Hyundai Europe launches special Ionity tariffs
In Europe, Hyundai has released new packages offering preferential tariffs for the Ionity network in which the company holds a stake. Two Ionity packages, Premium and Lite, offer better charging rates. At the same time, drivers opting for the new Ioniq 5 receive up to two years Ionity Premium for free.
Volkswagen delivers details on WE Charge service
As Volkswagen readies the ID.3 electric car to hit the road in eventually large numbers, the company also launches the corresponding charging service. We Charge opens this August offering clients three tariffs, including exclusive Ionity conditions, as the Group now announces.
New Zealand plans BEV subsidies & CO2 tariffs
New Zealand’s government wants to make imported electric and hybrid vehicles cheaper by up to 8,000 NZ dollars from 2021 onwards through discounts. But a classic sales premium will not be the end of the story: Import cars with high CO2 emissions are to become significantly more expensive.
China lowers import tariffs on vehicles from 25% to 15%
The plans to lower vehicle import tariffs announced by Chinese president Xi Jinping in April are getting more definite: According to an announcement by the ministry of finance, the tariffs for personal vehicles will be lowered from 25 to 15 percent on the 01. July.