Ford Is Mitigating Three Areas That Account for the Bulk of Its CO2 Emissions: Vehicle Use, Supply Base & Company Facilities

In an effort to do its part in combating global warming, Ford is taking significant steps towards going carbon-neutral by 2050. Ford is investing over $11.5 billion in electric vehicles through 2022, introducing zero-emission versions of some of its most popular vehicles such as the Mustang Mach-E (which starts arriving in dealerships this year). A Transit Commercial EV and fully-electric F-150 trucks are expected within two years.

The company previously announced its plan to use 100% locally-sourced renewable energy for all its manufacturing plants globally by 2035, relying on energy sources such as hydropower, geothermal, wind, or solar.
This move represents a significant ecological and cultural change in the automotive industry that will improve the planet and help mitigate the damage caused by decades of harmful carbon emissions. Drivers of all brand preferences can all agree that this effort is worth all the praise that is due and it sets a positive example for other automakers to follow. Be sure to check out the eco-friendly options at Bell Ford and do your part in helping the planet!




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