Norway to Ban Internal Combustion Engines by 2025

On the heels of becoming the first nation on earth to ban deforestation, Norway is also reportedly very close to a ban on internal combustion (gasoline) engines in passenger automobiles by 2025.

This is remarkable given the oil-rich nation of Norway is Europe’s largest fossil fuel producer!  North Sea oil production accounts for 45% of Norway’s exports and 20% of GDP.

As reported in the past, Norway’s progressive nature also makes it an ideal nation to embrace LENR and make an influential divestment away from the carbon based economy it has so relied upon.  Statoil and the Norwegian royal family would be well advised to pursue meaningful investments in the field.