Europe: electric cars in the country champion in oil

Outlet and battery, instead of fuel tank, are present in more than 50% of new cars launched in Norway, a country that, curiously, is the largest oil producer in Europe.

The goal of the Norwegians is to zero the emission of pollutants from the new cars by 2025. Prince Haakon Magnus, heir to the throne, has been driving an electric car through the streets of Oslo for more than 15 years. The popularity of technology is also explained by the country's tax policy. A car with a combustion engine costs almost twice the electric car, which is tax-free. In a country where the hydroelectric plants account for 95% of the power generation, those who have an electric car can drive through the bus channels and park for free.

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