On July 10, 2017, Renault is celebrating the one millionth vehicle built by the Tangier plant. Marking the event, Jean-Philippe Hermine talked about the "zero CO2 emission" and "zero industrial effluents" strategy put in place by the Group at this site.
As the first global automobile manufacturer to commit to reducing its carbon footprint, Renault is supporting environmental awareness and the development of rural areas in Bursa, Turkey.
All too aware of the ecology and energy challenges their generation will be facing in the decades to come, T.R.E.V.E. (Tacking a Revolution in Energie) project founders Lola and Damien, along with their colleague Louis, will be travelling with their Renault ZOE through Europe to sound out some of the ways green electricity is generated today across the continent.
For 15 years now, the Renault Foundation has been preparing talented students for successfully addressing emerging career opportunities, through training programmes in the fields of multicultural management, sustainable transport and road safety management. Renault Foundation director Oliver Faust talked to us about the Foundation’s missions and what motivates him in leading its operations.
For the first time Renault and The Mobility House allow their drivers to take financial advantage of a dynamic electricity tariff and gives the reducing costs and earn money with electric vehicles in the grid by automatically charging vehicles at lowest electricity cost. A bright future for all Renault Zero Emission vehicle drivers.
COP21: 3 questions for Laurence Tubiana, French Ambassador for the International Climate Negotiations
We met with Laurence Tubiana, a worldwide expert on climate change, who was appointed "Special Representative for COP21" by Laurent Fabius in May 2014. We asked her three questions on the climate change negotiations and what she expects from a group like Renault-Nissan.
Only a few weeks to go, before kicking off the COP21 conference, taking place from 30 November to 11 December in Paris, the Renault teams are fully mobilized as official partner. 200 employees are currently trained to drive a fleet of 200 all-electric vehicles to shuttle 20,000 delegates. We have met with Claire Martin - Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility – to better understand the importance of involving employees in our partnership.
Just a couple of months to go before the COP21 summit kicks off in Paris, more and more media are wondering if electric vehicles might be the real winners on today’s automotive scene. We met Guillaume Berthier, Global Electric Cars Sales and Marketing Director, to find out: Are we finally on the road to a cleaner, more electric future?
Less than 3 months before the COP21 event, Renault was, for the fourth year in a row, official partner of the LH Forum . During four days, from 16 to 19 September, business leaders and heads of NGOs, social entrepreneurs, thinkers, artists and others with innovative, sustainability-focused ideas and projects were brought together for talks, discussions and workshops.