Eni’s evolution entails achieving carbon neutrality by 2050, in line with the United Nations 2030 Agenda and the targets set out in the Paris Agreement on climate change. Eni has planned a decarbonisation pathway that will reduce emissions generated throughout the life cycle of products. To do this, we rely on synergy between all available technologies. For this purpose Eni Sustainable Mobility, the company 100% controlled by Eni dedicated to sustainable mobility and uniquely positioned as a customer-focused multi-energy and multi-service business, was born. All of the group’s initiatives in this sector, both in terms of research and development and of agreements and partnerships with other operators, make up an increasingly integrated mix of solutions. These include energy carriers such as biofuels produced from waste and residues and, from 2023, there will be an increase in oils from crops that are not in competition with food cycles and not at risk of deforestation, biomethane, hydrogen and electric vehicles together with services such as the Enjoy (also) electric car sharing, offering a contribution to the relief of traffic congestion in urban centres.
In addition, in Venice, the first Eni Live Station for hydrogen refuelling is already operating.
We believe that a combined approach to sustainable mobility based on innovative solutions is able to help in achieving the 2050 net zero emissions target and provide in perspective Eni's customers with a variety of fully decarbonised products and services.