Japanese brand is the first car manufacturer to join the eFuel Alliance
Mazda has announced that it has become the first car manufacturer to join the eFuel Alliance, which brings together organizations and stakeholders who support the objective of establishing and promoting e-fuels (ecological fuels or e-fuels) and hydrogen, both CO2 neutral, as credible and real contributors to the reduction of emissions in the transport sector.
This is another step in the electric mobility strategy of the Japanese brand that until 2030 intends to electrify all its vehicles. However, many vehicles will continue to have an internal combustion engine.
A Mazda that throughout its history has always invested in the development of cars and engines capable of meeting the needs of its customers.
Thus, together with the eFuel Alliance and its members, Mazda supports the implementation of a mechanism that takes into account the contribution of renewable and low-carbon fuels in reducing emissions from passenger cars, and that it also contributes to the decision-making process, precisely at the moment when the EU is reviewing climate legislation.
“We believe that, with the necessary investment, e-fuels and hydrogen, both neutral in CO22, will make a credible and real contribution to reducing emissions, not only in new cars, but also in existing car fleet. This would open a second and faster way to achieve climate neutrality in the transport sector, together with the progress of electrification ” , underlined Wojciech Halarewicz, vice president of communication and public relations at Mazda Motor Europe in a statement.