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Proposal to electrify Norway 100 percent by 2050

After several years of leading the push for electric vehicles, the Norwegian energy industry association is now proposing that the country goes completely electric by 2050.

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As the first country in the world, Norway will transition to exclusively meeting its energy demand with electricity.

This is a proposal from the industry organization Energy Norway which will launch a road map later today for how Norway can achieve this goal by 2050.

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