Environment Preservation

The commitment to reduce CO2 pollution agreed upon by the industrialised countries created an urgent and necessary pressure on the world's industry for the development of various new energy resources such as wind, solar, bio-waste and hydropower.

The intensive use of fossil fuels in recent years has led to CO2 emissions that have never been so high. This issue calls for ever-increasing alternative sources of energy. During the climate summit in Paris this subject was featured prominently on the agenda. Still the share of renewable energy is very small (20% in the EU).

Carbon Footprint Reduction

Residential

Europe contains approximately 221.000.000 residences. According to the article "Greenhouse gas emission per capita” by Eurostat every person living in the EU generates a carbon footprint of approximately 8.800 kg CO2 per year. On average there are 2,3 inhabitants per residence, which equates to a carbon footprint of 20.240 kg CO2 per residence, resulting in a carbon footprint of 4.473.040.000.000 kg CO2 per year.

The implementation of the Autonomous Electricity Generator in every residence in Europe alone will result in a residential carbon footprint reduction of at least 75%.

Industrial

According to the article "The Role of Industrial Emissions Within the EU” by Climate Policy Info Hub, the European industry produces approximately 50% of Europe's collective carbon footprint (5.040.000.000.000 kg CO2 in 2016), which equates to an industrial carbon footprint of 2.520.000.000.000 kg CO2 per year.

The implementation of the Autonomous Electrogen Group across the European industry will result in an industrial carbon footprint reduction close to 80%.

Transportation

Europe has an average of 280.900.000 cars in circulation. According to EPA, the average car produces 0,24 kg CO2 per km and travels an average of 18.500 km per year. As such the carbon footprint of cars in circulation across Europe is approximately 1.292.140.000.000 kg CO2 per year.

Embedding an Autonomous Electricity Generator in every car in circulation across Europe will result in a carbon footprint reduction of 100%.


Europe also has an average of 6.000.000 trucks in circulation. The average truck at half load (20 tons of cargo) produces approximately 2,59 kg CO2 per km and travels an average of 79.400 km per year. As such the carbon footprint of trucks in circulation across Europe is approximately 1.233.876.000.000 kg CO2 per year.

Embedding an adequately scaled Autonomous Electrogen Group in every truck in circulation across Europe will result in a carbon footprint reduction of 100%.


Europe also has an average of 900.000 autobuses in circulation. The average autobus (mix urban / long distance) produces 0,8 kg CO2 per km and travels an average of 109.500 km per year. As such the carbon footprint of autobuses in circulation across Europe is approximately 78.840.000.000 kg CO2 per year.

Embedding an adequately scaled Autonomous Electrogen Group in every autobus in circulation across Europe will result in a carbon footprint reduction of 100%.


The implementation of the Autonomous Motor enables a reduction of emissions produced by fuel-powered vehicles across Europe of approximately 2.604.856.000.000 kg CO2 per year.