Valmet Automotive is committed to support sustainability and to meet the targets of the Paris Climate Agreement. The CO2 emissions of the Uusikaupunki car plant are already reduced by 70% since 2019 and with the conversion of the power supply in Salo and Zary, all Valmet Automotive production plants have now switched to fossil-free electricity.
The Salo battery plant uses only fossil-free electricity generated by wind power in Finland. The plant is also preparing for the transition to the use of district heating produced by an eco-power plant, which will halve the CO2 emissions of heating, and the introduction of LED lighting. Further measures to reduce energy consumption are under consideration.
- In Salo, the new electricity contract is a major step for Valmet Automotive towards the CO2 neutral battery production. Sustainability is the starting point for all Valmet Automotive’s battery plants so we can support our customers’ journey to CO2 neutrality, says Jyrki Nurmi, SVP EV Systems, Valmet Automotive.
- Valmet Automotive is among the pioneers of sustainability in Poland. Within a year, we have rapidly reduced the CO2 emissions from our production at the Zary plant, while also significantly increased the recycling rate of fabrics, says Remigiusz Grześkowiak, SVP Roof & Kinematic Systems, Valmet Automotive.
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