Volvo Car Corp. is taking part in a research project to see if a young family can reduce its carbon-dioxide emissions up to 85% by switching to a more sustainable lifestyle, including living in a sustainable house, using “clean” energy and driving an electric vehicle. Volvo is partnering with two other Swedish companies, energy-efficient housing expert A-hus AB and energy provider Vattenfall AB, in the “One-Tonne Life” project. It aims to show that armed with the right technology and ...

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