I grew up with tales of a fantastically rich country in the far north. A country where the roads were paved with gold and milk and honey flowed. Norway was paradise and it seemed that the good news would never end for it. But they did not count with the forces of the sheer destructiveness of virtue signaling and ecstatic regulatory excess. Many years ago I predicted that Norway will cease to be the envy of all Europeans – too much of a good thing seems to make people forgetful of the past.
And when southern Norway is short of power, will the country carry on exporting electricity to the rest of Europe?