When it comes to investing in clean transportation solutions, Norway is doing it right. Or should we say, Norway is gjør det riktig.
Possible plans by a new government in Norway to make huge financial investment in global renewable energy projects are being heralded as a potentially world-changing initiative.
Nissan Leaf drivers take part in a successful event in Norway to set a world record for the largest ever gathering of moving electric vehicles.
A pavilion, made mostly of overlapping glass and sustainably harvested timber, has become an eco-friendly landmark in the Southern Norwegian town of Sandnes.
Battery maker Electrovaya says that it will power an electric Norwegian car ferry boat service from the island of Hisarøy to the rest of the Gulen municipality.
A series of energy-efficient prefab houses debuted in Norway and Sweden, echoing the historic architecture of the region while retaining modern simplicity.
Siemens and two Norwegian partners plan to debut the world’s first all-electric car ferry by 2015.
Dutch Docklands, known for their floating developments in the Maldives, has turned its attention to Norway with a floating, self-sustaining 5-star hotel.
The Buholmen family cabin in Kragerø, Norway, makes use of eco-sourced, treated timber and a green roof featuring native plants to blend into its environment.
The newly unveiled Roskva electric motorcycle is a project of five Norwegian college students that is made of carbon fiber, has a fast charge time and screams ride me.