Can Norway's Successful Electric Car Policies Be A Model for the World?
Norway has emerged as the world’s largest electric cars market with over 11% of market share. The popularity of these environmentally friendly vehicles attracts international attention.
Thanks to supportive government policies, Norway has become the friendliest place in the world for electric cars. Actually, the country is the most successful market for electric car producers, with more electric cars per capita than anywhere else in the world. One of the biggest sensation of the year, Tesla Model S even managed to be the best-selling car in September, while the Nissan Leaf climbed to top over all car models in October.
Many ask now what makes these cars so popular in the country and seek whether the same trend can be imported to other countries, considering environmental factors.
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