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到2030年,宝马将每辆车的二氧化碳排放量减少三分之一

2020-7-28 12:19

 

柏林,7月27日(新华社)——德国汽车制造商宝马公司周一表示,到2030年,每辆汽车的二氧化碳排放量将减少“至少三分之一”。


“作为一家高档汽车公司,引领可持续发展是我们的雄心。这就是为什么我们现在就要承担责任,让这些问题成为我们未来战略方向的中心。”宝马董事会主席(首席执行官)Oliver Zipse说。


宝马表示,这一目标应该贯穿于宝马汽车的整个生命周期,从供应链、生产到使用阶段的最后阶段。对于宝马2019年生产的约250万辆汽车来说,减少三分之一的二氧化碳排放相当于每年减少4000多万吨二氧化碳。


自2006年以来,每辆汽车的生产排放已经降低了70%以上,宝马现在的目标是,到2030年,其工厂和工厂的排放在2019年的基础上再减少80%,而这些工厂的排放占宝马总排放的90%左右。


此外,宝马还制定了在未来10年内生产700多万辆电动汽车的目标,其中约三分之二将配备全电动传动系统。到2021年底,宝马计划推出五款全电动汽车。


早在7月初,宝马就宣布,计划到2022年,在其位于德国Dingolfing的欧洲最大生产基地,每年生产50多万辆电动汽车的电动驱动器。


为此,这家德国汽车制造商还宣布扩大其工厂,以便在未来几年“显著提高产能”,因为宝马正寻求“提升电动汽车的性能,并为我们的行业转型设定标准”。

 

BERLIN, July 27 (Xinhua) -- German carmaker BMW said on Monday that it would reduce CO2 emissions per vehicle by "at least one third" across its entire fleet by 2030.

"As a premium car company, it is our ambition to lead the way in sustainability. That is why we are taking responsibility here and now and making these issues central to our future strategic direction," said Oliver Zipse, chairman of the board of management (CEO) at BMW.

The targets should be reached throughout the entire lifecycle of BMW vehicles, from the supply chain through production to the end of the use phase, said BMW. For around 2.5 million vehicles, which BMW produced in 2019, a reduction of CO2 emissions by one third would correspond to an annual reduction of more than 40 million tons of CO2.

Having already lowered production emissions per vehicle by more than 70 percent since 2006, BMW would now aim to reduce its emissions by a further 80 percent from 2019 levels by 2030 at its own plants and sites responsible for around 90 percent of BMW's overall emissions.

In addition, BMW set a target of more than 7 million electrified vehicles with around two-thirds of them with a fully-electric drive train within the next ten years. By the end of 2021, BMW is planning to offer five fully-electric production vehicles.

Already at the beginning of July, BMW announced plans to produce electric drives for more than half a million electrified vehicles per year by 2022 at its largest European production site in Dingolfing, Germany.

To that end, the German carmaker also announced to expand its plants in order to increase "production capacity significantly" in the coming years as BMW was seeking to "ramp up electromobility and set standards for the transformation of our industry."

 

来自: xinhua