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Audi stands for sustainability along the entire value chain of its cars and services. For Audi, acting sustainably means taking account of the ecological, economic and social consequences of every decision. Only then can the brand with the Four Rings be a good employer in the long term, remain competitive, delight its customers, protect the environment and ensure a future worth living for future generations. Audi is therefore pushing forward with the development of innovative drive systems and follows the principles of a sustainable recycling economy. This means that sustainable actions begin with procurement and reach as far as vehicle recycling.

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  • 02/15/19
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    Climate-neutral energy for Audi Hungaria: photovoltaic system on 160,000 square meters

    Together with E.ON, Audi is building a solar energy park on the roofs of the two logistics centers of its plant in Győr covering about 160,000 square meters. This will create Europe’s largest photovoltaic system installed on a building at the Audi Hungaria plant in Győr. It will have a peak output of 12 megawatts. Construction work will start in August 2019 and renewable energy generation will start at the beginning of next year.
  • 02/13/19
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    Baden-Württemberg’s Minister-President Kretschmann test drives an Audi e-tron

    The Audi e-tron in front of the Villa Reitzenstein: Winfried Kretschmann, Minister-President of Germany’s federal state of Baden-Württemberg, and the Audi CEO, Bram Schot, met for an informal exchange of opinions at the headquarters of the state government in Stuttgart. On this occasion, the Chairman of the Audi Board of Management accompanied by Wendelin Göbel, Member of the Board of Management for Human Resources, and Rolf Klotz, Chairman of the Labor Council of the Audi plant in Neckarsulm, handed over the keys of an Audi e-tron, which the Minister-President will test drive.
  • 02/06/19
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    Future solutions for resource management: Audi Environmental Foundation presents awards to young researchers

    The Audi Environmental Foundation has presented two master’s graduates from the Technical University of Munich with the Sustainable Resource Management (SRM) Award. For the eighth time now the Audi Environmental Foundation has honored outstanding master’s theses in the Sustainable Resource Management course of study in this way. This year’s award went to Julia Möbius and Sebastian Heinz. Each of the winners received prize money of 1,500 euros.
  • 01/29/19
    Technology

    Audi promotes EEBUS Standard for Intelligent Connection of Electric Cars and Buildings

    Audi is actively involved in shaping the digital energy world of the future. The brand with the four rings is involved in the EEBUS initiative to promote networking across manufacturer and industry boundaries. The Audi e-tron (combined electric power consumption in kWh/100 km (62.1 mi)*: 26.2 - 22.6 (WLTP); 24.6 - 23.7 (NEFZ); CO2 emissions combined in g/km (g/mi): 0) is the first electric car whose charging system uses the new communication standard. At the “Plugfest E-Mobility” at the Audi plant in Brussels, developers are testing cross-industry compatibility before the EEBUS standard for energy communication is introduced in February.
  • 01/28/19
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    Audi expands premium mobility offering in Europe: Audi on demand starts in Spain

    Audi is expanding its premium mobility offering in Europe and is now launching Audi on demand also in Spain. The first service hub has opened on January 21 with a local Audi partner in Barcelona. In this way, the service is increasingly becoming established as a new digital area of business for retailers. The Four Rings will successively expand their network for premium mobility with local sales partners in numerous cities worldwide in 2019.

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  • 01/18/19
    Company

    IN-Campus GmbH

    Audi is building its future, and to do so, it is revitalizing an industrial wasteland. Not far from its main factory in Ingolstadt, the company is developing the IN-Campus, an innovative technology park, on the site of a former oil refinery. IN-Campus GmbH, a joint venture between AUDI AG and the city of Ingolstadt, is working with partners to employ ingenious methods of decontaminating land that is heavily polluted in places. This remediation project is one of the biggest of its kind in Germany and unprecedented as an environmental project in Bavaria. The clean-up has been under way for more than a year now, and is due to finish by the end of 2022.
  • 11/22/17
    Technology

    TechDay Quality

    Quality is a core competence of the brand with the four rings. To inspire with quality leadership in the premium segment is Audi’s aspiration with regard to the mobility of the future. Audi customers have expectations for the function, comfort, value and reliability of their cars that are every bit as great as those of people using premium mobility and other services – and that will hold even more true in the future.

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  • 11/22/17
    Audi MediaCenter

    Tech Day Quality

    Quality is a core competence of the brand with the four rings. To inspire with quality leadership in the premium segment is Audi’s aspiration with regard to the mobility of the future. Audi customers have expectations for the function, comfort, value and reliability of their cars that are every bit as great as those of people using premium mobility and other services – and that will hold even more true in the future.

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