“We are spoiled with electric car records in Norway, but this time the districts really contributed… It is definitely the end of the time when electric cars were only a big city phenomenon,” Unni Berge, head of communication and public relations at the Norwegian Electric Car Association, stated. She believes that better charging networks in “District Norway” and greater access to cars with long-range and luggage space boosted the development. The NAF believes the figures show that the authorities must put in place better charging infrastructure quickly. The NAF has estimated that there is a shortage of almost 500 fast chargers. Norway’s electric car policy is a success, but the charging infrastructure along the roads has to follow the developments,” Camilla Ryste, communications manager at the NAF, accentuated.
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