Sustainability Case studies

Case studies for the Sustainability website hub

BMW (UK) Limited is proud to have met the requirements of CEMARS® certification having measured its greenhouse gas emissions in accordance with ISO 14064-1:2006. As the sector leader in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index, BMW Group is committed to managing


Bentley Motors has for the first time become one of a select few organisations nationwide to be named as a Top Employer for 2012. The annual report, compiled by independent research company,  CRF Institute, described Bentley’s global headquarters in Crewe,


Work on 21,000 solar panels on our South Facing roofs is coming to a close, with the aim to save energy reduce our carbon footprint and cut bills. The panels cover about 34,500 sq m of roof, equivalent to five-and-a-half


Nissan Sunderland Plant built 510,572 cars in 2012; the first time a UK car plant has made more than half a million units in one year.  Sunderland Plant remains the UK’s biggest car producer for a 15th consecutive year, building


Britain’s leading bus manufacturer launched significant enhancements to its market leading hybrid products in 2012. The powertrain now features an advanced engine stop-start system that allows the engine to be automatically switched off as the bus approaches a bus stop,


Since 2000, some 370,000 Toyota and Lexus full hybrid vehicles have been sold in Europe – all of which are equipped with NiMH batteries to drive the electric motor.


Toyota GB has cut its carbon footprint by hundreds of tonnes of CO2 a year by implementing measures to reduce energy consumption. New lighting systems, adjustments to air conditioning performance and changes to operational hours have made substantial reductions in electricity and gas usage.

04 January 2012 #Sustainability Case studies

As the official automotive partner of London 2012 BMW will provide low-emission diesel, hybrid and electric cars as well as motorcycles and bicycles to the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) in support of the Games.

16 November 2011 #Sustainability Case studies

Employees at Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant have received international recognition for their contributions to wildlife habitat conservation on their site.

16 November 2011 #Sustainability Case studies

TSB provided funding for a series of ultra-low carbon vehicle trials from late 2009, continuing until mid-2012.