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It’s been said of the still-new breed of “plug-in vehicles” that the proverbial horses have broken past the gate, there’s no putting them back, and more precisely, during 2013 these “horses” crested past the one-third million global unit mark. Counting reported registrations and sales of plug-in hybrids and all-electric vehicles since a few came to […]

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Norway reported its best-ever sales in November for battery electric vehicles (BEVs) at an astonishing 11.9 percent of its total new car market. This is the first time the country topped 10 percent, and compares with 3.1 percent a year prior. While the actual number sold last month for the country of 5.1 million people […]

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Nissan’ Leaf electric vehicle has for the first time claimed the number one spot in Norway’s passenger car sales chart. Nissan announced today that in October, the zero-emission family car outsold all of its internal combustion engine, hybrid and electric rivals, taking almost 6 percent of the total passenger vehicle market. Nissan’s mid-cycle-refreshed Leaf, which […]

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On Thursday last week, Tesla unveiled the start of its European Supercharger network, energizing stations across Norway. Tesla said these Superchargers will enable Model S owners to conveniently travel for free between cities along well-traveled highways throughout the country. According to the company, with locations in Lyngdal, Aurland, Dombås, Gol, Cinderella and Lillehammer, Norway’s most […]

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Scandinavia turns out to be an area of success for Nissan’s electric vehicle, the Leaf. No country has sold more Nissan Leaf per capita than Norway, with Nissan’s EV taking 1.7 percent of all vehicle sales in 2012, its first full year on sale in this Nordic country. The country has embraced zero emission mobility […]

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