The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship serves as a platform for resource conservation and pushing the boundaries of technology for a low-carbon future. The Autodromo Miguel E. Abed circuit in Puebla will host the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship for the first time this weekend. Autodromo Miguel E. Abed, one of Mexico’s premier racetracks, has previously hosted the NASCAR Mexico series and the FIA World Touring Car Championship.
Reducing target CO2 emissions
ABB recently announced that it will take initiatives to reduce its own emissions as well. The company, which will electrify its fleet of more than 10,000 vehicles by 2030, wants to supply 100 percent renewable electricity by 2030.
Mexico has a goal of reducing greenhouse gases by 22 percent and black carbon emissions by 51 percent by 2030. ABB technology aims to serve this goal, accompanied by a series of projects aimed at improving the air quality in the country.
ABB’s Terra 54 HV technology enables overnight charging in less than four hours, enabling zero-emission journeys where public transport vehicles can operate uninterrupted throughout the day.