- Nov 18, 2005
Just a few years ago they said it couldn't be done, but Norway reached 80% EV sales for new cars in 2022. Their goal is 100% by 2025. This was done with strong incentives and perks for EV owners and a good charging network. The fact that this is taking place in a range-reducing cold country is remarkable.
Tesla in pole position in Norway's race to EV goal
China is by far the biggest car market overall but Norway, with its 5.5 million inhabitants, has achieved the world's highest proportion of electric vehicles with the help of generous subsidies.