India can learn a lot from Norway in terms of green transport solutions and can also plan its policies accordingly to achieve its targets in green mobility, Norwegian Ambassador to India Nils Ragnar Kamsvag said today.
Addressing a seminar here, Kamsvag said Norway being a leading player in terms of green transport solutions has the potential to offer a lot of insight regarding the vertical.
“Right now, over one third of all new cars sold in Norway are electric vehicles. Valuable lessons for India and Indian companies may be drawn from understanding customer behaviour in such a market,” Kamsvag said.
The country also has technology in green shipping with the worlds first battery driven ferry in operation and the worlds largest fleet of LNG ships, he added. Read More…
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