Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix pledges to halve energy emissions by 2028
- Organizers said they will halve energy emissions from the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix by 2028.
- A key part of organizers' plans includes phasing out diesel and using a hydrotreated vegetable oil instead.
- Earlier this year, the Singapore Tourism Board installed solar panels at the pit building, while track lights are being replaced with LED.
Race winner Sergio Perez of Mexico passes his team celebrating during the F1 Grand Prix of Singapore at Marina Bay Street Circuit on October 02, 2022 in Singapore
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Organizers said they will halve energy emissions from the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix by 2028.
Singapore GP said last year's event generated 2,372 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent, including set up and tear down. Energy use made up 96.1% of total emissions, while the remaining 3.9% came from transport, waste and water.