Polestar plans to create a fully carbon neutral vehicle by 2030April 8, 2021
Polestar has announced its ambition to create a completely carbon neutral vehicle. It will not emit greenhouse gases into the atmosphere at all. And this should happen by 2030.
Polestar announced its ambitious goal in its first report of the year. It plans to create a completely carbon-neutral vehicle by 2030 that will not emit greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. The organization is renowned for its commitment to sustaining the world’s ecology. She, for example, conducted research in the course of which she proved the harm of electric vehicles, which are often considered practically harmless.
Now representatives of Polestar say that in a little less than 10 years, they will release vehicles that, during the production and operation of which, will not emit greenhouse gases. At the same time, the company claims that this is not a simple compensation for harm to the environment, for example, by planting new trees, but namely a new technology that makes it possible to eliminate this harm. True, it is not yet known how this will be achieved. After all, none of the currently existing technologies can avoid such emissions.
By the way, Porsche is also talking about increased concern for the environment. Experts strive to decarbonize the environment. At the same time, the brand will not abandon cars with traditional internal combustion engines, but is going to transfer them to synthetic fuel. He also plans to actively develop the production of electric vehicles. By 2030, the company intends to invest more than 1 billion euros in the development of environmentally friendly technologies. The funds will be used for the installation of wind generators, the use of solar energy and other methods of maintaining the environment. And it is already known that the Taycan Cross Turismo, even at high mileage, should not emit CO2 into the atmosphere.
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