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The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement announced this week included a commitment to provide more than £600 million between 2015 and 2020 to support the development, manufacture and uptake of ultra low emission vehicles in the UK. This represents an increase of at least £100 million over the previous spending review settlement and the commitment in the Conservative manifesto.
The ultra low emission vehicle (ULEV) sector in the UK is making excellent progress. It is now the fourth largest market for these vehicles globally, the largest single market in the EU and has the most extensive network of rapid chargers in Europe.
This settlement means that the UK can continue to provide one of the most comprehensive packages of support for ULEVs across Europe and indeed globally. OLEV aim to announce new grant levels for the plug-in car and van grants shortly with the long term goal of eventually exiting from direct subsidy as the market strengthens. However the funding announced this week means grants at some level can remain for several years if there is a demonstrable market need.
OLEV are committed to developing the ULEV market and maintaining the UK’s position as a global leader in the ULEV sector.