Funding of electromobility in Norway
Norway is an exemplary country regarding the expansion and promotion of electromobility. And the efforts are bearing fruit. In 2019, already 60 % of all new cars sold in Norway were purely electric – and the trend is growing. Reason enough to take a closer look at the country’s incentive strategy in order to give useful advice for new electromobilists.
5. February 2021
There is a Norwegian law that allows counties and municipalities to charge electric drivers only a maximum of 50 % of the price for fossil fuel cars on ferries, public parking and toll roads. As a result, many regions offer total exemption or high discounts on these services. Electric car owners should check local websites.
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