BRC, the world's largest manufacturer of alternative fuel systems, published its Environmental, Social and Governance Report. In the report, which reveals the increase in greenhouse gas emissions over the years and our growing carbon footprint, BRC explained that their targets are zero emissions by supporting alternative fuels. BRC's CEO, David M. Johnson, said, “At the heart of our operations is our commitment to reducing our carbon footprint. "We are working hard to achieve our long-term, net zero emission targets".
BRC, the world's largest manufacturer of alternative fuel systems, announced its 'Environmental, Social and Governance Report' (ESG). The report, which reveals the change in greenhouse gas emissions over the years, revealed BRC's net zero emission vision by mentioning the fuel efficiency in transportation and our carbon footprint.
Greenhouse gas emission increase continues
While the report reveals that energy consumption decreased by 2018 percent in 2019 compared to 7,6, greenhouse gas emissions increased by 2018 percent in 2019 compared to 15,7. In 2019, the worldwide demand for 'environmentally friendly fuels' decreased, while the use of LPG decreased by 2018 percent and the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) decreased by 7,8 percent compared to 100. On the other hand, the demand for diesel fuel, whose solid particle (PM) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions, which endanger human health, are much higher than other fossil fuels, increased by 72,5 percent despite the bans imposed in the European Union member countries.
'Incentives should be provided for environmentally friendly fuels'
brc'n Turkey's CEO in statements about ESG report Kadir Knitter, "Our vision as BRC 'net zero emissions' will be created to develop technologies and to the use of the transport sector. We see this as a responsibility to our world. Although we do our best to encourage environmentally friendly fuels globally and in our country, the use of fuels that pollute our air and cause severe damage to our atmosphere will continue as long as governments do not announce incentives that will make environmentally friendly fuels attractive. The increase in greenhouse gas emissions in 2019, when energy consumption was reduced, is due to the still striking use of polluting fuels such as diesel and coal. Our world deserves better. We should take steps today for future generations ”.
'Our vision is net zero emission'
David M. Johnson, CEO of BRC, the world's largest alternative fuel systems manufacturer, emphasized that their targets are zero emissions and said, “We have published our Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report. At the heart of our sustainable vision are our products consisting of low-carbon, clean transportation solutions, and our commitment to reducing the carbon footprint at the heart of our activities. The road to sustainable transportation is to produce technologies that are cost competitive and suitable for market demands. We, too, are working hard towards our long-term net zero emission targets. We believe that focusing on renewable and decarbonised gases provides an opportunity for clean and sustainable mobility as well as increasing economic recovery, creating new jobs and reaching our emission reduction targets ”.