NIO 333 Formula E Team Achieves Highest Level of FIA Environmental Accreditation Programme Certification

NIO 333 Formula E Team Achieves Highest Level of FIA Environmental Accreditation Programme Certification

The FIA (Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile) has today bestowed the highest award for environmental protection and sustainability to the NIO 333 Formula E Team. By awarding the Three-Star Environmental Accreditation, the FIA recognises the team’s environmental performance and excellent environmental awareness.

The FIA (Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile) has today bestowed the highest award for environmental protection and sustainability to the NIO 333 Formula E Team. By awarding the Three-Star Environmental Accreditation, the FIA recognises the team’s environmental performance and excellent environmental awareness.

The FIA Environmental Accreditation Programme is aimed at helping motor sport and mobility stakeholders worldwide to measure and enhance their environmental performance. By introducing clear and consistent environmental management into motor sport and mobility, it provides stakeholders with a three-level framework against which to accredit their activities. To achieve accreditation, applicants must demonstrate the existence of a variety of environmental standards, transparently document them in detail in an environmental management system and define clear environmental protection and sustainability goals.

FIA President, Jean Todt:

“The FIA congratulates NIO 333 on receiving the Three-Star status within the FIA Environmental Accreditation – the highest level of certification in our framework.  This achievement demonstrates the team’s strong commitment to environmental sustainability.”

CEO NIO 333 Formula E Team, Vincent Wang:

I feel honoured that the team has obtained the FIA Three-Star Environmental Accreditation. In the past season, in addition to competing in the world’s most competitive motorsport championship, the NIO 333 Formula E Team has also actively undertaken social responsibility and strived to be a leader in the cause of sustainable development. Honour and responsibility coexist, and the certification standard is scientific and strict. It puts forward higher requirements for our future work – to abide by various standards, be strict with ourselves, and set an example to society. China has also solemnly made a commitment to aim for carbon neutrality by 2060. We will make unremitting efforts at Brilliant in Excellence, between China and the UK, to help achieve the goal of carbon neutrality.”

Source : Fia