inpEV's actions are funded by member companies. Costs include items such as the Institute's infrastructure and some receiving units, activities including logistics, final disposal, communication and education, legal counsel, technological development and sustainability projects.
In the Campo Limpo System, the largests costs inpEV faces are directly related to the logistic operation of transportation and packaging disposal. Under the logic of shared responsibilities established by law, the other agents involved in the system - such as producers, distribution channels and the public power - bear the costs of the phases for which they are responsible. To learn more, see: Funding of the System.
More than R$ 1 billion
invested by the manufacturing industry since the foundation of inpEV