Gallery: Oslo’s All-Electric Car Share Program Just Reached 1,000 Membe...

 

Some mornings we here at Inhabitat like to grab a cup of coffee, cozy up on the couch and dream about future days of sharing electric vehicles in our urban havens. But dream no longer – with EV car share programs like the “Cell” in the pipeline, this electrifying dream is becoming a reality. Move About, Oslo, Norway’s EV car share program, has  just hit an impressive 1,000 members! An all-electric vehicle phenomena, customers of Move About pay a mere NOK 100 (or $17) for a monthly membership and are given an all-access pass to a fleet of EVs they can take around town for just $17 an hour. As a city already dominated by Think City electric vehicles, Norway is setting an inspiring green model ready to propel the rest of the world towards a more sustainable future.

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  1. wjmj November 11, 2010 at 2:11 pm

    That is a rip! For $17 an hour?! it would cost me $30-$50 a day, just going to school and back. I would rather spend my $30 every 3 days to fill up my smart or $25 every 3 days to fill up my ’88 Honda. Thanks, but no thanks.

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