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In Norway, electric and hybrid cars outsell conventional models
by Amie Tsang and Henrik Pryser Libell
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4 January 2018
On 4 January 2018 The New York Times reported:
Sales of electric and hybrid cars in Norway outpaced those running on fossil fuels last year, cementing the country's position as a global leader in the push to restrict vehicle emissions. Norway, a major oil exporter, would seem an unlikely champion of newer, cleaner-running vehicles. But the country offers generous incentives that make electric cars cheaper to buy, and provides additional benefits once the vehicles are on the road.
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