According to the Autocar report, the Norwegian government hopes to use the "taxpayer" tax policy to encourage people to buy low-emission and zero-emission vehicles, phasing out gasoline and diesel vehicles, to stop selling gasoline and diesel vehicles by 2025.
The Norwegian government has published a report on its own sustainable development site, Elbi, which means that the proportion of low-emission and zero-emission vehicles in new cars will be raised to 100% by implementing "correct policy measures". The Norwegian government also said that the application of the more stringent green tax policy would encourage people to choose clean energy traffic rather than fossil fuel vehicles, but would never ban gasoline and diesel cars.
It is understood that in Norway, for the rental of electric vehicles already enjoy the tax exemption policy, and electric vehicles can also be free to use the bus lane, free through the toll sections and ferry. However, fossil fuel vehicles face the situation is not the same, they are based on their own carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions pay.
Norway has made great strides to meet the requirements of the "European Clean Energy Transportation" directive. The Directive recommends that there should be a public charging station for every 10 electric vehicles by 2020.
In 2015, Norway's electric car sales accounted for 22% of the country's car sales, the next three years the proportion will rise to 30%, which is 250,000, which also means that the Norwegian nation will build 25,000 public charging stations.