SKF Aims to Eliminate Greenhouse Gas Emissions 

SKF Aims to Eliminate Greenhouse Gas Emissions 

SKF joined and co-funded Mission 0 to help deliver solutions to eliminate GHG emissions in materials, production and end-of-life of passenger cars.

SKF announced it has joined and co-funded Mission 0 to help develop groundbreaking technologies and deliver solutions to eliminate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in materials, production and end-of-life of passenger cars. In an initial pilot project, SKF said it will collaborate with academia and industry experts in a research arena to solve GHG emissions in materials and processes that require new knowledge or disruptive technologies.

As part of this research and innovation project, a Mission 0 House has been established in Gothenburg, Sweden. This collaborative space brings together researchers and engineers from product companies, material suppliers, and academia to work on concrete projects, exchange knowledge, and jointly develop groundbreaking technologies and solutions, SKF said.

“In this deciding decade, we need to take the right decisive actions. At SKF, we are committed to sustainability, and we know that innovation is key to succeed. By innovating and collaborating with leading companies and partners, we can achieve more. This is made possible in Mission 0 where we expect new ideas to emerge, new connections to be made, and that we together can create results that might remain unattainable if we act alone. SKF can contribute in many ways, for example in the areas of sustainable materials and lubrication,” says Annika Ölme, CTO and senior vice President, technology development.

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