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Norway's electric dream
Posted: 7 January 2019

Norway shows that the way to get more people driving electric cars is to give them the right incentives. This is ironic, as Norway has fueled much of their high standard of living from the sale of North Sea oil, but perhaps it helps them to balance their moral carbon budget. The subsidies are expensive, and could be a higher proportion of national budget than conservatives would support, but for the moment the policy is effective.

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