Read about the possibility of applying for a subsidy for a diesel car that has had a particulate filter retrofitted.
The subsidy scheme will help to reduce particle emissions from traffic on urban roads by promoting the retrofitting of particulate filters. From 1st October 2023, diesel cars must have a particulate filter to drive into low emission zones in the larger Danish cities - find out more here
You can apply for a subsidy if:
The subsidy amounts to DKK 2,000. However, the subsidy can amount to no more than the actual cost to buy and install a particulate filter. The subsidy is paid to the car owner’s NemKonto.
Only one subsidy can be obtained per vehicle. Subsidies are available for a total of 10,000 applications.
If your diesel car gets an approved filter, you will save DKK 1,000 in tax annually, as the particle filter emission tax does not have to be paid.
If your vehicle is deregistered, you can send the application to email@example.com
Rules for the subsidy scheme
The subsidy scheme closes in 2023. The rules for the subsidy scheme are laid down in: Legislative decree no. 1312 of 23/09/2022 on subsidies for the retrofitting of particulate filters in diesel cars