Sales of electric cars in the Baltics are gradually picking up. The growth was led by Lithuania, where consumers bought 339 zero-emission vehicles, according to Regitra, a Lithuanian state enterprise that provides public services of registration of motor vehicles, examination of future drivers and issuance of driving licenses. However, this number is still insignificant compared to the number of combustion engine cars purchased during the same time period. Local governments, that have to comply with strict emission reduction targets set by the EU, are taking different measures to promote pl...
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