We are faced by the greatest challenge in our company’s history.
It is perhaps the greatest challenge in the history of mobility: we are assuming responsibility for our share of global carbon emissions.
That is why we are committed to complying with the Paris Climate Agreement, with the goal of becoming a company with a carbon-neutral balance by 2050. To achieve this, we will change things.
We will follow a new path.
And we want everyone to participate in this movement – by being able to choose from innovative drive systems. This will help you to find your own very personal path to lower emissions. Only by doing this will we all reach our common goal.
That is our way to zero emissions. And it starts here.
The journey starts with the all-electric ID.3 from Volkswagen. With fast charging and long ranges of up to 540 KM, you can take a first step towards electric acceleration with zero emissions. Bringing us all closer to a brighter, sustainable future.
The all-electric ID.3 is the first Volkswagen ever that is not just produced with a carbon-neutral balance but which is also delivered to you with a carbon-neutral balance.
For production, we rely on energy efficiency and the use of green electricity.
Emissions are avoided wherever possible. In the meantime, the share of emissions during the manufacturing phase that are unavoidable in the short term will be successively reduced and offset through certified climate projects.
As the first climate protection project, we are supporting our partner Permian Global in the Kantigan Mentaya Project in protecting 149,800 hectares of Indonesian rain forest, which absorbs large quantities of CO2.
And after delivery? We help you to drive your ID.3 with low carbon emissions over the long term. From 2021 Volkswagen will be able to offer a solution for charging with green energy.
The future of mobility should be free of emissions. And not just for some, but for all. On the way to achieving this, we need diverse powertrain technologies that offer more performance in combination with reduced consumption. And which are the best possible proof that everyone can make a contribution in their own way.
An innovative drive concept for impressive performance and a completely new driving feeling.
Dual drive for efficient driving pleasure with our eHybrids.
A new form of efficiency with electrified TSI petrol engine: the eTSI.
Every step counts on the way to zero-emission mobility. That is why we are working on reducing emissions throughout the entire value chain and establishing new standards for both people and the environment.
Elli is a provider of energy and charging solutions and is here to make your life with electricity [Electric life] easier, better and completely hassle-free. When energy meets mobility — Elli will be there for you and your business. Smart, convenient, reliable and 100% eco-friendly.
Elli will make the benefits of the energy transition accessible to people around the world. From 2021 Volkswagen will be able to offer a solution for charging with green energy.
We also want to drive forward the use of green electricity and recycled materials in the upstream supply chain – in view of the large number of components, suppliers and sub-suppliers, this is a very complex task to which we are devoting all our energy. For example, we have stipulated that our suppliers must use green electricity when producing the battery cells.
We see offsetting carbon emissions through certified climate protection projects as an immediate measure to compensate for unavoidable emissions and as a step on the path towards a zero-emission future.
Vehicle production also consumes energy. We are working on reducing the carbon emissions of our plants all over the world even further. Our aim is to halve the carbon emissions of the plants by 2025 (compared with 2010). We will achieve this by making even greater use of green electricity in energy-efficient sites, for example. This will allow us to move ever closer towards our goal of becoming a company with a carbon-neutral balance.
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