So Far This Year, Electric Cars Accounted For Almost A Half of New Car Sales in Norway. Can Other Countries Copy it?

It’s official. During the first six months of this year, electric cars made up almost one half of all new car sales in Norway.  It’s the highest market share that electric cars have ever enjoyed in the country, and acts as a beacon of hope that other countries can follow suit.

But can they? We’re all familiar with what makes Norway’s electric car success story so great — but do other countries have the ability to copy it?

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