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BYD's zero carbon headquarters is paving the way for the company-wide carbon emission reduction and carbon neutrality.
Recently, BYD Headquarters officially launched the ‘Zero Carbon Industrial Campus’ in Pingshan, which would become the first zero-carbon Headquarters of Chinese automobile brands. Founded in September 2006, BYD Pingshan Industrial Campus covers an approximate area of 2.3 million square meters, employing approximately 50,000 people.
Promoting carbon emission reduction and achieve carbon neutrality requires an accurate understanding of where carbon emission coming from, knowing how to count related emission data, applying green energy more efficiently, having sufficient space for emission reduction, and devising efficient industry strategies. To this end, BYD has invited SGS, the world's leading testing, inspection, and certification company, to provide consulting, certification, and technical support for the project.
One of BYD’s representatives stated that ‘Pingshan's first ‘Zero Carbon Industrial Campus’ project will become an important case study with rich experience accumulated, paving the way for BYD's company-wide carbon emission reduction and carbon neutrality.
On the road to attaining carbon emission reduction and carbon neutrality, BYD strives to be a pioneer in sustainable development and is committed to using technological innovation to achieve its zero-carbon goal. The launch of the first ‘Zero Carbon Industrial Campus’ project will facilitate to build increasing numbers of zero-carbon factories and zero-carbon campuses for BYD and help the automotive industry to accumulate experience. It will also contribute to BYD's expertise in accelerating the green and low-carbon transformation of China's transportation and manufacturing industries.
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