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Norway beats electricity consumption record in 2016

Norway has broken the electricity consumption record set six years ago. 2016 is now the year in which the country used the most electricity ever.

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In 2016, more electricity powered Norwegian homes than ever before, according to E24.

Norwegians have thus smashed a six-year-old record set in 2010.

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