Sustainability

Future-proof, sustainable and flexible: Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth sets course for future series production of battery-electric and fuel-cell trucks
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Future-proof, sustainable and flexible: Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth sets course for future series production of battery-electric and fuel-cell trucks
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Future-proof, sustainable and flexible: Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth sets course for future series production of battery-electric and fuel-cell trucks
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Sven Gräble, Head of Mercedes-Benz Trucks Operations, responsible for the global production network of Mercedes-Benz Trucks
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Future-proof, sustainable and flexible: Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth sets course for future series production of battery-electric and fuel-cell trucks
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Daimler Trucks’ European FUSO plant on track for CO₂-neutral production in 2022
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Daimler Trucks’ European FUSO plant on track for CO₂-neutral production in 2022
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Daimler Trucks’ European FUSO plant on track for CO₂-neutral production in 2022
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Mercedes-Benz is expanding its green power portfolio in cooperation with the energy supplier Enovos and the Norwegian energy producer Statkraft. This means that from 2022 onwards, the company will purchase electricity in Germany that comes exclusively from renewable sources. The CO2-free electricity from solar, wind and hydro sources is generated in various power plants, most of which are located in Germany. These include 24 wind farms with a total of more than 200 wind turbines.(Photo: Das grüne Emmissionshaus GmbH)
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Mercedes-Benz is expanding its green power portfolio in cooperation with the energy supplier Enovos and the Norwegian energy producer Statkraft. This means that from 2022 onwards, the company will purchase electricity in Germany that comes exclusively from renewable sources. The CO2-free electricity from solar, wind and hydro sources is generated in various power plants, most of which are located in Germany. These include a part of a solar park with the size of 60 football pitches near Ingolstadt. (Photo: Anumar GmbH)
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25th anniversary of the KEM - The Competence Center for Emission-free Mobility in Mannheim
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Since November 2019, organic vegetables have been cultivated in the Brazilian Daimler Trucks & Buses plant in S„o Bernardo do Campo for their own factory canteens.
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Since November 2019, organic vegetables have been cultivated in the Brazilian Daimler Trucks & Buses plant in S„o Bernardo do Campo for their own factory canteens.
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Since November 2019, organic vegetables have been cultivated in the Brazilian Daimler Trucks & Buses plant in S„o Bernardo do Campo for their own factory canteens.
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Since November 2019, organic vegetables have been cultivated in the Brazilian Daimler Trucks & Buses plant in S„o Bernardo do Campo for their own factory canteens.
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