Lamborghini Accelerates Path To Decarbonisation
All industries, including the automotive industry, continue to search for ways to lower their carbon footprint, embrace sustainability and become more environmentally friendly. With such goals in mind, Lamborghini has announced that it is implementing a biomethane installation to power its Sant’Agata Bolognese site in Italy.
The company says that the system will deliver nearly four million cubic metres per year, equating to around 65 per cent of its gas requirements, and will enable a reduction in CO2 emissions from the current 37 per cent to around 80 per cent, equivalent to a total of more than 11,000 tons of CO2 per year.
The installation is one of many projects focused on going green and sustainability that Lamborghini has undertaken in recent times – including tree-planting, sustainable logistics, and photovoltaic plant projects – and the company has, of course, announced that it is to embrace electrification of its model line-up and produce only hybrid-electric and all-electric cars in the future.
23 November 2021