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What can we learn from electric-car owners in Norway (more than 100K of them)?

Stephen Edelstein 425 views Aug 23, 2016 Electric-car rally in Geiranger, Norway [Image: Norsk elbilforening via Flickr] Enlarge Photo Thanks to a combination of government incentives and public enthusiasm, electric cars make up a higher portion of new-car sales in Norway than in any other country. As of May, there were more than 105,000 plug-in electric cars registered in the Scandinavian country of 5 million people. That makes Norway possibly the best place in the world to study the habits and preferences of electric-car owners. DON'T MISS: Cars To Vanish From Downtown Oslo Before 2020 (Oct 2015) Some interesting insights were indeed gleaned by a recent survey of around 8,000 vehicle owners in Norway conducted by the country's Institute of Transport Economics (via Charged EVs ). The survey included responses from 3,111 battery-electric car owners, 2,065 plug-in hybrid ow...

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