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One Tonne Life project start

    Introducing the Lindell family from Hässelby - test pilots on our journey towards a climatesmart future.In the unique "One Tonne Life" project, dad Nils, mum Alicja and teenagers Hannah, 16, and Jonathan, 13, will try to live within the limits of one tonne of carbon dioxide emissions per person per year.The project has been initiated by A-hus, Vattenfall and Volvo Cars. ICA and Siemens are the pro...
    With the "One Tonne Life" project, A-hus, Vattenfall and Volvo Cars aim to demonstrate what it means in practice for a family to adopt a climate-smart lifestyle.The technology and the solutions that the Lindell family use to live the "One Tonne Life" are already available or will become available in the very near future.
    Vattenfall actively works with stimulating progress in the electric car industry. This is done, for instance, by developing and selling charging solutions to transport companies and public outlets. The charging station at the One Tonne Life house is a specially designed wall socket that provides fast and effective charging. It contains a measuring and communication interface that compiles and repo...
    ICA and Siemens are now joining 'One Tonne Life' as industry partners - a world-unique test in which a family with children will try to reduce their carbon dioxide emissions to one tonne per person per year. ICA will be responsible for the family's food supply and help the family members to make conscious choices that reduce their carbon footprint via their meals. Siemens will be equipping the hou...
    In order to stop climate change, our emissions of greenhouse gases must be dramatically decreased - from currently around seven tonnes per person and year to one tonne in the future. Today sees the launch of a world-first - a unique test in which a couple with young children will try to achieve the one-tonne emission level yet at the same time live a regular life. The "One Tonne Life" project has ...
    With the "One Tonne Life" project, A-hus, Vattenfall and Volvo Cars aim to show what it means in practical terms for a family to live climate-smart. The technology and the solutions used in the project are already available or will be in the very near future.

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