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2016-06-10

Norway to stop selling petrol powered cars

Norway to stop selling petrol powered cars

An article appeared on Quartz website telling that petrol and diesel powered cars will be banned in Norway by 2025. As an alternative the use of electric and hybrid cars is being considered.

This decision is quite obvious for Norway, as it became the first country, where Tesla charging stations were introduced. And in 2015 every fourth registered car worked on electric power.

The final ban of petrol powered cars has not been confirmed yet, but this piece of news is being actively discussed in social networks. For example Elon Musk (inventor of Tesla electric cars) commented it on his Twitter page. 

 

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