What Swedes think of Volvo’s electric announcement

Volvo announces its plans to go electric. (Phelan Chatterjee/Radio Sweden)
Swedish car giant Volvo announced on Wednesday that all of its new cars launched from 2019 would be partially or completely battery-powered.

Radio Sweden asked people in Stockholm what they made of Volvo’s plans, and whether or not they would be tempted to go electric.

→ Listen to what people in Stockholm had to say, on Radio Sweden’s website.
Related stories from around the North:

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Finland: When it comes to electric cars, Finland lags behind Nordic neighbours, Yle News

Norway: Norway reaches 50,000 electric cars sales, The Independent Barents Observer

Russia: Breaking the ice with loads of Russian nuclear waste, The Independent Barents Observer

Sweden: Volvo to go all electric starting in 2019, Radio Sweden

United States: Alaska warms to solar power as prices fall and benefits grow, Alaska Dispatch News

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