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Audi on the road toward CO2-neutral production sites
- By 2025, production at all Audi locations is to become carbon-neutral
- Plants in Brussels and Győr already successfully converted
- CO2 program in the supply chain unlocks reduction potential for energy-intensive materials such as aluminum, steel and battery components
- Joint pilot project for chemical recycling launched with Karlsruhe Institute for Technology
AUDI AG intends to contribute its share to achieving the Paris climate goals. The company has initiated a large number of actions along the entire value chain to support the vision of achieving carbon neutrality on the environmental balance sheet by 2050. All actions to reduce the environmental footprint in manufacturing and logistics are concentrated in the environmental program billed as Mission:Zero. In addition to initial reports of success, there is a strategic plan for how the goal is to be achieved at the Audi locations by 2025, focused on one of the key challenges: a carbon-neutral automobile production footprint. However, the commitment to sustainable manufacturing is not limited to the company’s own sites: As part of the CO2 program, Audi and its suppliers have identified CO2 reduction potential within the supply chain and decided to implement related actions, focused on the production of particularly energy-intensive materials such as aluminum, steel and battery components.