Audi’s plan to cut water consumption in half by 2035.

How Audi is leading the way for decarbonization.

Published on: 29/01/20
Climate change is one of the biggest challenges we face today. To tackle this, Audi is working on its “Mission:Zero” strategy towards net carbon-neutral mobility and operations, and zero direct emission vehicles.
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Investing in a greener future.

Today, there is a growing interest in Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors when making investment decisions. According to Forbes magazine, approximately $20 trillion are invested in products that meet ESG requirements, with the possibility to increase. By shrinking its carbon footprint, Audi grows its relevance in the market and demonstrates its social responsibility.

Carbon neutrality is part of Audi’s DNA.

From supply chain to production, utilization to recycling, Audi is working towards an entirely carbon-neutral life cycle for its models.

The Audi e-tron®, the blueprint for sustainable premium mobility.

The brand’s first fully electric model is built in a certified net carbon-neutral plant in Brussels*, beginning our journey leading to the five models currently available and many new electric models to come. Audi plans to electrify 30% of the US model lineup by 2025.
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Audi Brussels, the pioneer for decarbonizing production.

The Audi Brussels plant switched to renewable energy back in 2012 and is the brand’s first accredited net carbon-neutral site.

Already, other plants are on their way to net carbon-neutral production, including the Hungarian plant in Győr. Audi aims to have all manufacturing facilities globally achieve net carbon-neutrality by 2025.



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