Only 20% of motorists in Norway have access to an approved charger for electric and hybrid cars at home, a new survey shows.
In the metropolitan area, 35% of respondents stated that they have arrangements for charging their cars at their residence.
The same is true for 26% of those who live in cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants. In smaller cities, the proportion is 15%.
In areas with less than 5,000 inhabitants, 12% can charge their cars at home.
“The differences reflect that the phasing in of electric cars is particularly rapid in Oslo and other major cities.
“These differences will probably last for a while, but the proportion of those who invest in home chargers will probably increase quite quickly everywhere,” Arild Hansen, general manager of the Automotive Industry Suppliers Association (ABL), noted.
The survey was conducted by YouGov for ABL.
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