Learnings from Norway’s EV success could be implemented anywhere, believes Christina Bu from Norway’s EV association (Norsk Elbilforening). She took a seat on the electrive.com couch powered by P3 at the EVS30 for a more in-depth analysis.
With about 200,000 plug-ins on Norwegian roads, the country is now the world’s first mature market with its own challenges.
General Secretary Bu provides a positive outlook though and says the hen and egg problem of car vs charging infrastructure has in fact one simple solution. Expect further insights on charging in cities, which models sell best and why other countries could follow Norway’s example in their own ways here.
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