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Mercedes, Volvo Plans to go all “Renewable” by 2030

Mercedes-Benz plans to go all-renewable—globally.

Earlier this week, Mercedes-Benz detailed a new plan for a carbon-neutral passenger-car fleet. That means factories that run on renewable energy, renewable options for vehicle charging, and many more plug-in hybrids and EVs—with aims to do this in every global market by 2039.

Volvo took an unusual step in naming its official battery suppliers for its upcoming electric vehicles, like the Polestar 2 and the upcoming all-electric version of the XC40. According to the company’s statement, it assures some flexibility in the supply chain.

The Honda Urban EV concept, focused toward Europe, has been named the “Honda e” as the little electric car heads to production. Honda says there have already been 6,500 “expressions of interest” in Britain alone.

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