Three electric or hybrid vehicles accounted for more than half of all new cars sold in Norway last year, official data confirming the country’s pioneering role in carbon-free transport.

Zero-emission, mainly all-electric as well as a few hydrogen-powered cars, accounted for 20.9 percent of total sales in 2017, while hybrid vehicles accounted for 31.3 percent, including 18.4 percent for plug-in hybrids, the Norwegian Road Federation (OFV) calculated. This represents an increase over the previous year.

Source: spacedaily.com

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