Move you around in the metropolitan area, there is far greater likelihood of meeting a elbilejer compared with in the north of Jutland.
It shows a new statement from The Danish car importers, who have charted the number and the proportion of electric vehicles in the different regions. The proportion of elbilsejere in the metropolitan area corresponds to 41 percent of the total stock of electric cars, while the north Jutland region has the fewest cars, with seven percent of electric cars in Denmark.
This was stated by The Danish car importers in a press release.
The big regional differences are due in particular recharging infrastructure, saith the assessment from Mads Rørvig, which is adm. director of The Danish car importers.
- When we look at a map of denmark over elbilejere in the country, we can observe that there are regions that are more likely to buy electric cars than others. The reasons can be many. I think particularly it is due to the fact that the car is an important and indispensable part of everyday life for many people, and therefore there are also high requirements for recharging infrastructure at the level of individual households - particularly in the areas where the car is completely necessary to be able to run the kids to school or to be able to get to work, he says.
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the Map of elbilejere, as you can see below, shows that there are approximately 6,000 elbilejere in the metropolitan area, while Nsw has the second-most electric cars, with about 4000 owners. Next, south denmark and Zealand approximately 3000 elbilsejere each and every form, respectively. 13-14 percent of the total population. The region is thus the region with the lowest electric cars with approximately 2000 cars, and they thus constitute only 7 percent of the privately owned electric cars in Denmark.
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