In 2015, Renault Group was one of the first companies to join the FRET21 initiative. It unites the community of shippers in efforts to reduce the carbon footprint of freight. In 2019, the Group was awarded the EVE Trophy by ADEME for the biggest improvement in reducing CO2 emissions from transportation. Today, it is working to further reduce the carbon footprint of transportation and logistics platforms.
1 Biogas and biofuel trucks deployed as of 2021, followed by electric and hydrogen-powered trucks, starting in 2025.
2 Scaling up multimodal transportation, in part by increasing the share of rail freight.
3 Reducing the number of kilometers traveled per cubic meter of freight, by using versatile new trucks and optimizing loads.
4 Rational management of packaging: reducing its weight, returning used packaging, minimizing waste and increasing the share of recycled material in packaging.
Partnership with NEOLINE, a French startup developing wind-powered cargo ships (pilot tests as of 2023).
More emissions avoided through the development of packaging recycling activities by the Group and its suppliers.
*Compared with 2019 (well-to-wheel)