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As we all know, neutrality has become a very ambitious and desired issue by a large part of the industry, which is why renowned brands worldwide have begun to work on different projects that contribute to achieving this goal in a certain period of time. One of them being the Japanese Nissan, who has now established this objective for the year 2050.
According to what was issued by the firm itself, the established objective covers carbon neutrality in all the company’s operations and in the life cycle of its products for the aforementioned year, in addition, it has been reported that by the beginning of the In the 2030s, all new Nissan vehicle offerings in key markets will be electrified.
To advance the stated goal, Nissan will seek further innovations in electrification and manufacturing technology in the areas of battery innovation, further development in e-Power electrified powertrains, development of a battery ecosystem to support energy generation in decentralized on-site for buildings with renewable energy sources and manufacturing process innovations to support higher productivity in vehicle assembly.
“Our electric vehicle offering will continue to expand around the world and this will contribute significantly to Nissan becoming carbon neutral, we will continue to drive innovation that enriches people’s lives while seeking a sustainable future for all,” said Makoto Uchida. , CEO of Nissan.
With the drive to meet this goal and with 100% of the brand new vehicle offerings to be electrified in the key markets of Japan, China, the United States and Europe early in the next decade, the brand aims to position itself among the leaders in driving the adoption of electric vehicle technology.