Tesla Model Y Buyers In The Netherlands Can Now Apply For €2,950 SEPP Subsidy

Tesla Model Y owners in the Netherlands can now apply for a €2,950 Individual Electric Passenger Car Subsidy Scheme (SEPP) incentive. The SEPP is a government subsidy that is available to buyers of new electric vehicles with a value of up to €45,000, including options.

To apply for the SEPP, Tesla Model Y owners must submit an application to the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO). The RVO will then review the application and, if approved, will pay the subsidy directly to the buyer.

The SEPP is a significant financial incentive for buyers of electric vehicles in the Netherlands. The €2,950 subsidy can help to offset the cost of the vehicle and make it more affordable for consumers. Get more detail here.

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