In the event Norway’s experience in promoting effective e-mobility, as well as discusses sustainable development opportunities for #emobility in the Baltic States region was summarized.Also, during the visit, the guidelines of the European Union (EU) Green Course in limiting climate change, moving towards climate neutrality, as well as the plan to abandon the registration of new cars with internal combustion engines from 2035 were discussed.

🇳🇴 Norway has managed to implement a successful #emobility development policy, becoming the leading country in the world with the proportionally largest number of registered electric cars. Currently, approximately 78% of all new registered cars are electric cars.

The initiator of the experience exchange visit was the company Moller Baltic Import SE.

➡️ The purpose of the trip was to get to know Norway’s experience in solving sustainable transport and climate issues in order to promote a more efficient transition of the Baltic states to sustainable mobility, while strengthening the energy independence of the region.

Representatives of the state, local government institutions and the non-governmental sector from Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia took part in the visit to Oslo.
During the visit, representatives of the Baltic States were introduced to the legislative, tax and support programs implemented by Norway, examples of close cooperation between state administration and local government institutions, as well as practical infrastructure solutions that have enabled Norway to become a leading country in the world in terms of e-mobility and electric car use.