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Norway reaches 100,000 electric cars
Norway reaches 100,000 electric cars

Norway reaches 100,000 electric cars

United States, China, Japan and Norway are presently just four nations on the planet with more than 10,000 electric cars on its streets. Norway has turned into the fourth nation on the planet with a fleet of electric vehicles surpassing 100,000 units.

So far the United States, China and Japan were the main three nations on the planet that could brag of having surpassed 100,000 electric vehicles on their streets. The case of Norway, of the four, the most awesome since its population of only 5 million, as opposed to 127 million from Japan, the US 316 million or 1,369 million of China.

Plug 100,600 vehicles, 80% of them 100% electric

In spite of the fact that it is a long way from the third position possessed by Japan, which has more than 150,000 electric vehicles crossing its streets, it is shocking that a nation with such a little populace has accomplished this figure in a brief timeframe. In 2010 there were just 3,000 electric vehicles and in only six years the sum has been duplicated by 30.

Be that as it may, if something Norway is a main worldwide quite a long time is offer of electric vehicles to the aggregate business sector surpassing 10% on numerous events and has come to, now and again, 25%.

Norway reaches 100,000 electric cars

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