Driving in a Tesla car through Norway. The country is the global leader for electric vehicles. Thanks to state subsidies, EVs now account for nearly 30% of the market. Norway even plans to ban all conventional vehicles in a few years time.
A group of mainly German carmakers has launched a joint venture to build a network of fast charging stations for electric vehicles to support a drive to boost sales of environment-friendly cars across Europe.
The nordic country saw more registrations of zero emission cars than any other nation in the world last year. Norway beats neighbor Sweden - and environmentally-minded Germany - by a wide margin.
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