Since the beginning of the year, owners of electric cars have been able to register them with the Federal Environment Agency and receive the so-called GHG bonus. The money is an amount from the petroleum industry to reduce greenhouse gases. However, the private motorist or small business owner cannot register his electric car or fleet directly with the Federal Environment Agency, but must use one of the numerous service providers, who, however, take care of the whole thing for him very easily and without any problems.
Service also available for non-insurance customers
The German car insurer HUK-Coburg is now one of these service providers. Anyone who sells the greenhouse gas reduction quota set by the federal government for their electrically powered car via the HUK-Coburg will receive 350 euros for this year. This service is independent of an insurance contract and is also available to non-insurance customers.
“As Germany’s largest motor vehicle insurer, following our Eco Drive telematics tariff, we are now launching another sustainable service component in our rapidly growing e-car segment,” explains Dr. Jörg Rheinländer, board member of the HUK-Coburg, “in times of rising costs for mobility, we offer an additional opportunity to save or earn money by selling the GHG quota.”
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Author: Patrick Solberg; press-inform