Markets - 07/July/2017

Scandinavia shows the way for clean transport

Theme on Energy Efficiency part 2/5: Norway has the world's highest proportion of EV owners and Denmark is electrifying ship propulsion. It is time to change the way electricity is billed for

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While engine noise and petrol fumes are steadily disappearing from the streets of Norway, a European leader in electric vehicles, Denmark is hosting the first vehicle-to-grid hub supplying support services to a local electricity network. ...

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