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DICV eyes 100% carbon neutrality of its Chennai facility by 2025

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Daimler India Commercial Vehicles

New Delhi: As part of its sustainability goals, Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV) on Friday said it will make its Chennai plant operations 100% CO2 neutral by 2025. The initial set of goals are a part of DICV’s long-term sustainability plan that will be unveiled in many phases, setting a new benchmark for the Indian auto industry, the company said in a release.

Satyakam Arya, CEO & MD, said that DICV’s efforts have helped the company reach 72% CO2 neutrality in the Chennai plant. “Driving sustainability in our production and operations has been a key focus for DICV since its inception. We plan to push this to 100% by 2025. We will work continuously towards a sustainable future for our stakeholders and society as a whole.”

Driving sustainability in our production and operations has been a key focus for DICV since its inception. We plan to push this to 100% by 2025. We will work continuously towards a sustainable future for our stakeholders and society as a wholeSatyakam Arya, CEO & MD, DICV

For this initiative, the company is doubling the amount of captive solar power generated along with buying wind-based power and bagasse-based green cogeneration. It is also changing all internal shuttles to electric vehicles. Additionally, the company is targeting to increase use of biodegradable plastic in the packaging process up to 50% by 2025.

It will also reduce energy consumption of production shops by at least 8% by 2025 through upgradation of all lighting to LEDs, installing more efficient motors and using IoT (internet of things) devices to optimise the use of equipment like chillers and compressors.

Besides, the company will also plant another 2000 trees using organic farming methods and developing mini forests of native trees and increasing biodiversity.

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A British government statement released earlier on Wednesday said six major automakers were set to sign a paper later in the day committing them to the goal of phasing out internal combustion engine cars (ICEs) in major markets by 2035 and globally by 2040, with Daimler among them.

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