Lamborghini headquarters to be powered by biomethane


Lamborghini has recently announced the implementation of a biomethane installation in its site in Sant’Agata Bolognese.

Accelerating the brand’s path to decarbonization, Lamborghini’s headquarters in Northern Italy will use biomethane power which will comprise nearly four million cubic meters per year, around 65 percent of the company’s current gas requirements.

In addition, the biomethane installation will enable a reduction in CO2 emissions from the current 37 percent to around 80 percent, equivalent to a total of over 11,000 tons of CO2 a year.


Lamborghini says that this push on the route to sustainability continues the automotive brand’s concrete actions that will lead to a significant reduction in emissions in the space of just a few years.

“In the area of sustainability, Lamborghini was a trailblazer in the automotive industry, at a time when the issue was not yet being addressed by large companies, or only partially,” said Automobili Lamborghini Chairman and CEO Stephan Winkelmann.

“Our commitment started in 2009 through a series of programs and investments, which in 2015 led us to achieve ‘CO2-neutral’ certification for the entire facility. And today, our path is accelerating with the goal of going from a CO2-neutral production site to a CO2-neutral company through a holistic approach involving the product, factory, logistics, and supply chain,” Winkelmann added.

Lamborghini views sustainability as an ethical responsibility, and has worked on several initiatives such as the creation of a park with 10,000 oak trees, bio-monitoring projects with bees, the construction of one of the largest photovoltaic systems in Emilia-Romagna, the creation of a trigeneration and district heating plant, and the recent launch of the brand’s sustainable logistics project.


Lamborghini’s efforts will lead to a more sustainable future and will see the brand’s entire product range being completely hybrid by 2024. Lamborghini also reveals its plans to introduce a fourth electric model by 2030.

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