Obligation for NON-residential buildings and parking lots to be equipped with recharging points before 2023 (RDL 29/2021)

From 2023, NON-residential buildings and parking lots with a parking area of more than 20 parking spaces must have 1 recharging station for every 40 parking spaces or fraction thereof. This is included in the Royal Decree Law approved by the Government on December 21, 2021 to promote Electric Mobility.

The deadline for the installation of these charging points will be January 1, 2023.

In addition to this, there is the opportunity to count on subsidies such as the Moves III Plan, in force at national level, of up to 70% for the implementation of electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

INCENTIVES

The municipalities will apply rebates of up to 50% of the IBI, up to 50% in the Municipal Quota in premises used for economic activity and up to 90% of the ICIO.

Discounts on the electricity social bonus until April 30, 2022.

SANCTIONING SYSTEM

Possible non-compliance with deadlines by the distributor, particularly in the event that the consumption installation corresponds to a recharging point infrastructure.

Three new types of infringement:

  • Very serious infringement: in the event of repeated non-compliance causing serious damage to general interests.
  • Serious infringement: in the event of repeated non-compliance causing serious damage to end consumers.
  • Minor infringement: when it causes damage to consumers.

LEGALIZATION

The Executive will exempt the installation of recharging points from the prior obtaining of building, operating or activity, environmental or similar licenses, so that a simple responsible declaration by the owner will suffice.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Exceptionally and temporarily, the application of the reduced VAT rate of 10%, which applies to all the components of the electricity bill for contracts whose fixed power term does not exceed 10 kW when the average monthly wholesale market price in the month prior to the billing month has exceeded 45 €/MWh, is maintained until April 30, 2022.

The application of the 10% VAT tax rate is also extended for supplies made in favor of electricity supply contract holders who are recipients of the social voucher and, in addition, are recognized as severely vulnerable or severely vulnerable at risk of social exclusion, during the period of validity of this Royal Decree-Law, regardless of the wholesale market price of electricity.

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