$3,000 rebates are available to eligible Queensland individuals and businesses who have purchased a new Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) with a dutiable value of up to $58,000 (including GST) on or after 16 March 2022. As at the introduction of this Scheme, a ZEV refers to a full battery electric vehicle (BEV) only.
Under Queensland's Zero Emission Vehicle Strategy 2022-2032, the Queensland Government has committed $45 million to the rebate scheme which will be offered until funding is exhausted. This rebate is intended to make purchasing entry level ZEV’s more affordable.
The ZEV Rebate Scheme is limited to:
- one rebate per individual
- up to five rebates per Queensland Business per financial year.
The ZEV Rebate Scheme aims to encourage individual and businesses across Queensland to purchase ZEVs instead of an internal combustion engine vehicle.
QRIDA is administering the Queensland Zero Emission Vehicle Rebate Scheme on behalf of the Department of Transport and Main Roads.