Norway will become the first country in the world to be run on electricity and will be known as the first fully electric powered nation.
Electricity outage is very common in India and many other developing countries across the world. It causes difficulties for a common man.
Everything is being automated now a days and electricity is the core foundation or base of this.
But there are some countries where government puts primary focus on energy sector and designs, formulates and implements policies and laws that give priority to electricity.
Electricity is going to be the lifeline of each one of us in the future.
Energi Norge, an industry advisory body in Norway published a 24 points plan for the switch to electricity, including providing free charging for electric cars across the country and tax exemptions for drivers.
A full conversion to electric cars would require considerable effort within the transport industry.
The body suggests that Norway will operate entirely by using clean energy by year 2050.
Hydro power is currently the source of over 96% of the nation’s electricity and there are more than 110,000 electric cars used in the country.
The country’s ministries have recently declared that no vehicle will be run on any fossil fuel after 2025.