Ford is committed to making tomorrow a safer place for our planet, and that involves taking action today. In May, Ford announced that it plans to join the First Movers Coalition, which supports clean energy tech and innovation. The coalition gathers 50 major companies from around the world with a combined market value of $8.5 trillion.
As part of its contribution to the First Movers Coalition, Ford has committed to purchasing 10% near-zero carbon steel and aluminum by 2030. This aligns with the automaker’s science-based targets for emissions reductions by 2035 and the larger goal of being 100% carbon neutral by 2050.
“By joining the First Movers Coalition, Ford is signaling to the market that we want to work with our suppliers to achieve commercially viable green steel and aluminum,” said Sue Slaughter, Ford’s director of supply chain sustainability. “The intent and significance of our commitment today has the potential to help build the net-zero economy.”
Ford is also investing in products, committing more than $50 billion to the development and production of new electric vehicles through 2026. This investment is already paying dividends with the popular Ford Mustang Mach-E — available now at Sanderson Ford — and the red-hot F-150 Lightning.
There are a lot of big, exciting changes coming to Sanderson Ford in Glendale, Arizona, thanks to the ever-expanding electrified Ford lineup. If you’re ready to make the leap with a new vehicle, check out our selection online or place a custom order today.