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Balanced News: Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix pledges to halve energy emissions by 2028

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Organizers of the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix have pledged to halve energy emissions by 2028. Last year’s event generated 2,372 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent, with energy use accounting for 96.1% of total emissions. The organizers plan to phase out diesel and use a hydrotreated vegetable oil instead, aiming to use this substitute in half of the circuit park’s generators by 2025 and all by 2028. The switch is estimated to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by up to 52%. The Formula 1 racing series has also set net-zero targets for 2030 and aims to make all events sustainable by 2025.

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