Increased deduction for investments in sustainable mobility from 2025

From 2025, a new bill will be introduced for Belgian companies investing in renewable energy. Companies and self-employed people who invest in renewable energy will have the opportunity to claim an increased investment deduction. Although these regulations already existed, from 2025 they will be further extended for investment in sustainable mobility.

Voorwaarden voor de verhoogde investeringsaftrek

It must be to a new investment that will be used exclusively for professional purposes. The purchase of an electric passenger car that will also be used privately is not eligible for the deduction.

The investment deduction applies to

  • Companies (both large firms and SMEs)
  • Self-employed and sole traders
  • Liberal professions (doctors, lawyers,...), civil servants and other gainful occupations.

It should be a sustainable investment in:

  • Emission-free modes of transport such as e.g. electric vans and trucks.

The thematic deduction rate is:

  • 40% for SMEs and the self-employed
  • 30% for larger companies

Procedure voor het verkrijgen van de investeringsaftrek

To get the enhanced deduction from 2025, follow the steps below:

  • You apply for a certificate from the regional authority where the investment will take place.
  • You do this no later than 3 months after the close of the financial year.
  • After submitting online, you will receive a confirmation email with the application summary.
  • You return the signed application and all required documents to The specific rules around sending the file can be found here.

The bill has not yet received final approval, so changes may occur. Please watch our channels and our newsletter  for the latest updates on the investment deduction and other electric mobility legislation.

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