Volvo’s performance brand, which has launched an electric coupe and sedan, has initiated a plan to produce completely carbon neutral by 2030. In particular, it intends to establish traceability of its supply chain by calling on to blockchain.
Last month, Polestar announced plans to designtruly climate neutral by 2030 and without resorting to compensation programs such as the planting of . Called “Polestar 0 Project”, this ambitious plan aims to rethink the entire production and sales processor of the brand’s models in order to remove its imprint. .
In other words, there is work to be done, whether upstream on the extraction and theof raw materials and the type of materials used, especially for batteries, than during the entire assembly phase which involves non-polluting processes and production sites that are themselves carbon neutral. In this perspective, Polestar has just announced the establishment of a on its supply chain in order to follow from from mine to production line.
The decentralized operation and encryption offered by the blockchain makes it impossible to delete or alter the information it records. This will allow Polestar consumers and customers to see where eachused to build its future electric cars. For this project, the builder called on the blockchain provider Circulor with whom it is already working to establish the of used for the battery of the .
Citroën blocked Polestar in France
It is also planned to introduce climate objectives in the bonus system for company employees. Finally, Polestar intends to play theby making a car’s carbon footprint public and providing traceability of the risky materials used. A virtuous initiative of which we are currently deprived in France.
Indeed, it should be noted that the manufacturer was forced to suspend the marketing of its two electric models Polestar 1 and Polestar 2 in France following a dispute with. The latter took legal action in 2019 on the grounds of a resemblance between the Citroën logo and that of Polestar. Last June, the French justice ruled in favor of Citroën and ordered the end of the use of the Polestar logo in France. Result, the from the manufacturer is inaccessible from France and it is impossible to order a Polestar.