norway ww2 resistance to get rid of fossil fuel fails, battery-powered plane crashes
Norwegian attempt In Norway, a fully battery-powered. The plane crashed into a lake. Efforts to save Norway from fossil fuels have been late for years. Giving to a Reuters report, the Alpha. Electro G2 was owned by Norwegian state airports operator Vainer.
Dag was escorted by another rule minister on the plane. Both were flawlessly safe in the crash. The crash has upset plans to run. Norwegian flights on power. Last year, Dog said in an meeting that. Norway would start inside flights with electricity. Planes in 2025. He said that by 2040, all Norwegian local. Ships would be swapped to electric power.
According to the report of Forbes, the pilot said. That when he was coming towards the airport, all the power of the engine was lost. He says the plane was flying at 43 miles per hour when it sank.
Norway is a leader in electric car sales. The nation is ideal for electric aircraft trials. Giving to the report, 98% of Norway’s. Power comes from hydropower. The Alpha Electro G2 was made by Pipistrel. It was the first two-seater aircraft to be official for saleable use. It has a range of 81 miles and can fly for up to 1 hour.