Maruti Suzuki India, one of the largest automakers in the country, is working on a project that will use cow dung to produce biogas for its carbon-neutral internal combustion engine vehicles like CNG, biogas, and ethanol automobiles, Livemint reported.
This initiative is part of Maruti Suzuki's efforts to find sustainable mobility solutions and reduce carbon emissions from its cars, the company has said, according to the report.
The Japanese auto major said in a global presentation on growth strategy for 2030, “To provide a full range of products and services, Suzuki will provide not only battery EVs but also carbon neutral internal combustion engine vehicles that use CNG, biogas, and ethanol mixed fuels.”
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