Norway Is Fourth Country To Register 100,000 Plug-in Cars

By Jeff Cobb That bastion of plug-in electrified vehicles – Norway – has outdone itself again in becoming the fourth little nation among comparative giants to register 100,000 units sold.
Through April, the tally has grown to 100,600 new and some technically used all-electric and plug-in hybrid passenger vehicles, plus pure electric utility vans.
This has happened from next to nothing at the beginning of this decade in a country that began supporting PEVs in the 1990s.
While the seeds of electrified vehicle acceptance and adoption germinated long in the Nordic ground, the country is now blossoming with ever increasing outsized fruit.
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