Norway's electric car market is growing rapidly. While only 2% of car sales in 2002 were EVs, that number has risen to 22% in 2015 and is continuing to grow. That jump makes Norway's goal of selling purely electric vehicles by 2025 seem a little less ambitious. Because of this growth, Norway has created a program to ramp up the number of charging stations around the country. This should make driving an electric car a more viable option while also solving some of the range anxiety that could be making potential customers reluctant to make the switch to full electric.