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Electric vehicles make up nearly half the market in Norway

A driver leaves a free car park reserved for electric vehicles in Oslo, Norway, February 25, 2013.     REUTERS/Alister Doyle/File Photo

By June 2018, 47% of all new cars sold in Norway were either hybrid or battery powered electric vehicles. Image: REUTERS/Alister Doyle

Alex Gray
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