Norway has one of the cleanest energy grids in the world, with 95% of its electricity coming from renewable sources. Today, at least 60,000 Norwegians drive an electric vehicle. Nearly one in four new cars sold in Norway is electric. That makes this Scandinavian country one of the top markets in the world for zero-emission driving.
How did Norway become one of the world’s leading examples of EV adoption? To find out, watch this video to find out the key measures taken by Norway to make EVs a success.