Electric cars exited the year 2020 with a massive 69% market share – a figure normally only seen in one other market: Norway.
the netherlands Stories January 8
the netherlands Stories October 10, 2017
Today, the new Dutch government presented its detailed plan for the coming years and it includes making all new cars emission-free by 2030 – virtually banning petrol- and diesel-powered cars in favor of battery-powered vehicles. expand full story
the netherlands Stories August 14, 2016
Earlier this year, we reported on the Dutch Labour Party’s initiative to instate a ban on new gas and diesel car sales in the Netherlands by 2025. Since then other countries started discussing similar possibilities to phase out gas-powered cars on a comparable timeline.
India recently confirmed that it is evaluating a scheme for all its fleet to be electric by 2030 and the Norwegian government is discussing a similar mandate by 2025.
The initiative has since passed in the lower house of the Netherlands’ parliament and it is now seen by some as “likely to become law”. expand full story
the netherlands Stories April 12, 2016
The Netherlands is an important market for Tesla. It’s the automaker’s second biggest market in Europe, behind Norway, though technically it was Tesla’s third biggest European market in 2015 because of the temporary surge in sales in Denmark ahead of this year’s tax increase for electric vehicles.
But now that Tesla’s sales are virtually nonexistent in Denmark following the price increase, the Netherlands is back as the second biggest market in Europe and things are looking good for 2016. expand full story