Did you know that over 54% of all new cars sold in Norway in 2020 were battery electric vehicles (EVs). The Norwegian national ambition is that all new cars sold by 2025 should be zero-emission (electric or hydrogen).
Norway serves as an exemplary model for widespread adoption of EV's, achieved through a combination of smart incentives, infrastructure, and benevolent conditions.
DMI applauds Norway for becoming world #1 on EV mobility, and invited the following for a seminar on Clubhouse to discuss the successful model of EV adoption in Norway.
- Ola Elvestuen is a Norwegian politician for the Liberal Party. He served as Minister of Climate and Environment from 2018 to 2020. Elvestuen is a member of the Norwegian Parliament and served as leader of the Energy and Environment Committee since 2013.
- Jasmeet Khurana manages the mobility decarbonization project at the World Business Council for sustainable development. As an energy transition professional, Jasmeet has over a decade of experience in fostering ambitious business actions with a focus on development of renewable energy in India.
- Dhivik Ashok is a pioneer in the EV space of India, with a strong understanding of battery space and what works in India. He is founder of the company Go GreenBOV.
- Jan Tore Gjøvik is an eMobility educator and advisor in Norway. His wide experiences in the fast growing Norwegian EV market gives him unique insight in the electric cars domain.