steel, aluminium, polymers, electronics, lenses, and tires. By 2030, by channelling our efforts towards these six components, we hope to have reduced their carbon footprint by 30%.
We will reach our target so long as we can foster a shared commitment with our key supply partners.
Every time we work with our suppliers and for every purchasing tender, we will include a carbon assessment.
We also aim to have batteries that are green, carbon-free, and sustainable. By 2025, we will reduce the carbon footprint of our batteries by up to 35% through the procurement of nickel and lithium.
We are reducing the carbon footprint of our facilities. Tangiers is already carbon neutral. Our Flins plant will be Europe's first carbon negative plant dedicated to the circular economy.
We will reach carbon neutrality in our electric vehicle facilities in the north of France by 2025, and in the rest of Europe by 2030.
In Europe, the Group will achieve a 35% reduction in vehicle emissions by 2025, and 65% by 2030. The Renault brand will have the greenest product mix with electric models accounting for 90% of sales by 2030.
Thanks to the Filns Re-Factory and our subsidiaries at Renault Environment, our dismantling, component recycling, and battery businesses will generate more than €1 billion in sales in 2030.
By recycling minerals contained in batteries through various partnerships, we shore up a responsible and sustainable supply of essential metals.
The ‘Safety score’ will help analyse driving data using sensors located on the vehicle.
This device will process road and traffic data to inform drivers of potential risks on their route and will give real-time warnings on danger-prone areas.
A fail-safe mechanism will take trigger automatically in the event of a clear and present danger (a far too dangerous turn, loss of steering wheel control for a prolonged period, drowsiness, etc.). The vehicle will then slow down and return to a safe driving mode.
It helps fire-fighters put out accidental battery fires. The access considerably reduces response time (from nearly 2 hours to only a few minutes).
A QR code that fire-fighters can use to identify a vehicle and access its structural information. Renault Group has trained fire-fighters in 15 European countries on how to use the code, while also donating several hundred vehicles for them to use in their training programs.
The group is set to inaugurate a tertiary education centre dedicated to the learning of new skills in electrification, in data analysis and cyber-security, and in vehicle and battery recycling: The ReKnow University. Initially aimed at group employees in France, it will provide training for almost 40% of involved staff involved by 2025, before extending out to industry partners.
We see employability as something beyond the group’s boundaries. The company’s foundations, both in France and internationally, as well as its educational programs run in schools and with academic partners, will provide support for initiatives that foster inclusion through employment. Our 2025 ambition is to have given support to 19,000 people, be they young and in school, or long-term unemployed adults.