World-renowned and appreciated for his innovative work, Elon Musk, as the founder of Tesla Motors and SpaceX, which sent a commercial spaceship to space in 2012, announced which country he sees as the leader of the world and, unlike the expected countries, announced that it is 5 million populated Norway.
It is not hard to understand why Elon Musk chose Norway, a country with a small population, over large and developed states such as America, Russia or China. Norway is one of the rare countries that has managed to keep pace with the future, invest in technology and the future of the world, and truly realize their investments.
According to a recent statement, Norway set a new record by becoming a country with 60% of electric car sales during September 2020. In what other country is it possible to achieve such sales and make a city arrangement suitable for electric cars? None. In the published data, electric cars are expected to make up only 3% of sales globally in new car sales, while the rate achieved by Norway is quite high.
Norway can easily adapt to the new world with both their level of welfare and investments for the future. As it was previously known, Elon Musk loves Norway, a country where you can see electric cars everywhere.
Charging stations are available in the capital city of the country, Oslo, and they are quite a lot, not for claptrap like in other countries. The government also offers generous subsidies and incentives because they want to get rid of all fossil-fuel-powered cars and reduce the carbon footprint of the country.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk had previously said “amazingly awesome country” about Norway. Standing behind his word, Musk announced on his Twitter account that Norway leads the world after this news was announced.
Norway leads the world
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 9, 2020
Musk, who has a good relationship with Norway, had previously awarded “Oslo Business for Peace” for Musk’s efforts to find an alternative to fossil fuels.