One-Third of New Car Sales in Norway Are All-Electric Vehicles

Posted In Climate Change, News
Jan
6


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Nearly a third of new cars sold in Norway last year were all-electric — a new global milestone and a major step for the country, which aims to end sales of fossil fuel vehicles by 2025…

Read Full Article; Yale E360 (01-03-2019)

Europe Now Has One Million Electric Vehicles on the Road; Yale E360 (08-27-2018)

Europe Takes First Steps in Electrifying World’s Shipping Fleets; Yale E360 (02-22-2018)
Container ships, tankers, freighters, and cruise liners are a significant source of CO2 emissions and other pollutants. Led by Norway, Europe is beginning to electrify its coastal vessels – but the task of greening the high seas fleet is far more daunting…

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Climate Progress, With or Without Trump; The New York Times (03-31-2017)

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