[21.01.2019] In Norway, electric cars account for a third of new cars, and electric vans also posted strong growth.
In Europe, Norway is considered one of the pioneers in the field of electromobility, as it is where the environmentally friendly vehicles are massively promoted. For example, there are 5 positive factors behind the expansion of electromobility in Norway:
In Norway, a total of 46,143 new emission-free passenger cars were registered in 2018, which is 13,133 more (+ 39.5 percent) than in 2017.
Electric transporters are experiencing a big increase
In Norway, especially the electric vans in the sales figures were able to grow well, so in 2018 exactly 1,603 new transports of pure electric drive were registered, which is more than twice as many as in the previous year.
There are, for example, the electric cars Nissan e-NV200 or the Renault Kangoo E.V., which are very suitable for craftsmen or other companies. For example, the tool can be conveniently stored in a vehicle shelf from Worksystem, which can be retrofitted at any time.
Exactly 54.1 percent of the newly registered passenger cars were registered by one company, compared to 52.3 percent in 2017.
Via: Business portal Norway