MAN halved GHG emissions from its sites between 2019 and 2023


By Bradley Osborne - 11th June 2024

Germany MAN Truck & Bus SE, a subsidiary of the Traton Group based in Munich, Bavaria, has announced that it has reduced greenhouse gas emissions across its global sites by over fifty percent since 2019, due in large part to the greater use of renewable energy.

At the end of 2023, MAN recorded a 51.2% decrease in greenhouse gas emissions from its global footprint of offices and factories compared to a baseline measured in 2019. It represents a considerable step towards its 2030 target of 70%, a reduction goal which has reportedly been ratified by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).1

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