In Norway, not only a better standard of living and the beautiful nature. The inhabitants of the Kingdom are also very responsible attitude to the environment, trying to protect her and not to pollute. Perhaps that is why there is traditionally high demand for electric cars, sales of which already amount to one in five compared with usual, and in the coming years electric cars will completely replace cars with internal combustion engines — the country plans to completely switch to electric cars, as reported by the new Norwegian Minister of climate and the environment Ola Alveston.
He noted that the country has created special conditions for sellers and owners of cars with zero emissions index, while sales are stimulated using various government subsidy programs. The population of Norway also shared the plans of the government, giving preference to electric cars. Even those who still drives a car with the engine in the polls, as reported by Clean Technica, prefer when buying your next car electric.
Now energy are developing a plan for proper load distribution, and the government continues to implement new initiatives related to transport, not only ground. By 2040, the country is going to convert to electric and all aircraft engaged on domestic flights.
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Polestar, works closely with the Volvo and is engaged in tuning of cars of this manufacturer, last year became a full-fledged automobile company, and then started working on its own electric cars.