Towards an electrically-charged policy in 14 steps
Transitioning to an electric fleet not only affects your company, but is also means change for your employees. To encourage your employees to make the switch to electric driving, you can include the following incentives in your car scheme (targeted towards your own fleet) and employment conditions (for employees with their own car).
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Part 1: Incentives that can be included in the car scheme
Employers who offer employees a company car can either buy or lease it. Regardless of which option the employer chooses, a car scheme lays down the provisions for the allocation and use of company cars for employees. The following measures can be included in the car scheme in order to promote electric driving.
1. Include electric cars in the car scheme
2. Drop the brand choice for electric cars
3. A favourable leasing budget for electric cars
4. A trade-in scheme for petrol or diesel cars
5. 'Undershoot-regeling' (Undershoot scheme) for EVs
6. Own charging point at home – reimbursed and the installation taken care of
7. Reimbursement for charging costs
8. No personal contribution for personal use
Part 2: Incentives that can be included in the employment conditions
In addition to incentives to encourage electric driving among employees with a (leased) company car, you can also include the following measures in your employment conditions, which also apply to employees with their own car.
9. Holiday car scheme
10. Special parking space for EVs
11. Charging facilities at all locations
12. Organize a trial day/week
13. Organize challenges