What are the reasons for the long delays in the payment of the premium for sustainable mobility?

It has come to attention of the deputies of the DP Carole Hartmann and Max Hahn that many people wait several months for the payment of the premium for sustainable mobility. This is why they have inquired with the competent minister to find out what are the reasons for this and what is being done to speed up the procedure.

« Il nous revient que beaucoup de personnes ayant introduit une demande pour la prime pour une mobilité durable « clever fueren » doivent attendre plusieurs mois avant de se voir verser la prime en question.

Dans ce contexte nous aimerions poser les questions suivantes à Madame la Ministre de l’Environnement, du Climat et du Développement durable :

– Combien de primes, réparties par catégorie (vélo, pedelec, voiture électrique etc.), ont été accordées depuis son introduction en mars 2020 ? Combien de ces primes ont déjà été versées ?

– Madame la Ministre peut-elle informer sur la durée moyenne entre la réception de la demande pour une prime et le versement effectif de celle-ci ?

– Le cas échéant, de quelle manière ce délai pourrait-il être raccourci ? »

Answer

The Minister stated in her reply that since March 2019, 12,200 applications for the premium “Clever fueren” had been approved, the majority of which were for a bicycle (5600) or a pedelec (4900). Due to the huge demand for a soft mobility premium, the normal payment period for the premiums increased from four weeks to six months, a situation which, however, should be improved as soon as possible by internal reassignments and new appointments.

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