Analyse your requirements for the charging infrastructure based on planning premises that include development over several years.
- How many electric vehicles do you expect at the site in the short, medium and long term? (According to PNEC, the share of electric vehicles in the vehicle fleet should be 49% by 2030).
- What is the typical parking time for these vehicles and how many kilometres of range will need to be recharged during this time? Analyse the parking behaviour at the desired location (short-term parking, resident parking, etc.).
- What is the percentage of people who will charge at the location? What is their parking behaviour?
- Is charging intended only for the company's own vehicles or also for employees and customers?
- Are there plans to encourage employees/customers to charge, e.g. by offering a charging price that is competitive with home charging?
Have the existing electrical installation inspected by a qualified company. Consider technical and normative fire safety requirements beyond the available electrical capacity and estimate the amount of work required.
When applying for state aid, make sure you do not make any binding commitments (e.g. accept a cost estimate or make a certain down payment) before submitting your application for grants through Myguichet. Note that preparatory work such as applying for permits does not compromise the incentive effect. However, these costs are not eligible.
You can contact Luxinnovation, which will guide you through the administrative steps. If your project is not ready on a technical level, Luxinnovation will refer you to Klima-Agence.
Once the outline of the project has been defined, you, together with an installation company, or the commissioned executing company, submit an application for installation of the charging infrastructure to the grid operator, who will check the availability of the required power at your grid connection.
Apply for the execution of the work in accordance with the technical and normative requirements.
The executing company notifies the grid operator of the completion of the installation work.
The grid operator checks whether the grid connection complies with the normative requirements and whether the available power is respected, either on the basis of the documentation or during an on-site visit.