Formula E has been awarded the inaugural edie Net-Zero award, confirming once again that the all-electric is the most sustainable
The Net-Zero award was established by edie to celebrate and acknowledge companies that are driving towards a more sustainable future. It is presented alongside the prestigious edie Award which recognizes the most sustainable businesses globally. Formula E, the all-electric sport, received the Net-Zero award for their continued efforts in reducing emissions by 45% by 2030. This commitment was made in 2020, and Formula E became the first sport to receive validation from the Science Based Target Initiative for its emissions reduction targets. In just three years, Formula E has already reduced its emissions by an impressive 28%. The sustainability director of Formula E, Julia Palle, expressed their excitement in having their net-zero carbon strategy recognized and highlighted their mission to inspire other sports and industries to take more action in protecting the environment. Winning this award sets the stage for Formula E’s upcoming season 10 opener in Mexico City in January, as they celebrate their first decade of existence as the fourth most popular racing category in the world.