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With Norway again: 6.5% of all registered cars are now Electric

According to official data, as of the end of September 2018, there were some 178,521 all-electric passenger cars registered in Norway. That is a decent 6.5% of the total fleet (2,728,043). Another 3% comes from plug-in hybrids (over 80,000). - insideevs.com The biggest player in Norway turns out to be the Nissan LEAF, which since 2011 noted 46,023 registrations (including 31,863 new and some

Before freezing up we are going to Norway, Oslo

Bring nice and warm clothes Oslo, the capital of Norway with almost 700,000 inhabitants. Oslo is the economic and governmental centre of Norway. The city is also a hub of Norwegian trade, banking, industry and shipping. It is an important centre for maritime industries and maritime trade in Europe. Some of the most spectacular natural landscapes in Norway surround the

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Norway: 60% of new vehicle sales are plug-in electric cars

EVs made are record in market share in Norway. September brings a massive 22.3% decrease year-over-year in new passenger car registrations in Norway, and even plug-in electric cars dropped down by 2.1% to 6,387. However, with the market shrinking so much, plug-ins were able to achieve an all-time record market share of 60.1%! All-electric cars are selling better and better,

Norwegians buying many electric cars, they crave for clean transportation

Yes, Norwegians wants clean transportation in their country.  14,401 new cars were registered in the country last month. As a group, their average carbon dioxide emissions were 63 grams per kilometer. That’s 22 grams per kilometer lower than in March 2017. That’s an unbelievable drop in just one year. Don't say people don't want to buy electric cars! Electric