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Norway leads the way in the transition to electric motoring

40% of the country’s new cars were EVs last year and Norway has ambitions to remove all Ice cars from its roads by 2025 -  that’s only eight years away which means it takes someone with a total disregard for depreciation to by a petrol or diesel car in Norway these days.

Free charging helps - Norway has abundant hydro-electric electricity and anyway prefers to export all its oil and gas for cash - and generous incentives make the switch easier. But Norway’s model is being replicated in Holland and will come to the UK soon enough.

Read about Norway’s electric revolution as reported in The Guardian.

When your business is ready to switch to electric driving, we can fit your charging points and help you generate the electricity to charge from your roof. Contact us here.


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