Start of production of the all-electric Fisker Ocean is on track for November 2022, with deliveries commencing shortly after in select markets globally
LOS ANGELES – Fisker Inc.– passionate creator of the world’s most sustainable electric vehicles and advanced mobility solutions – is publishing its inaugural ESG Impact Report in advance of its all-electric Fisker Ocean SUV November 2022 start of production date, in keeping with its commitment to sustainability and social responsibility.
The company continues to build a Clean Future for All, embedding ESG across the company and its supply chain while staying sharply focused on the production of the Fisker Ocean. Publishing its ESG Impact Report demonstrates Fisker’s foundational commitment to transparency, People, and Planet.
“We are publishing our ESG Impact Report because environmental and social responsibility is not just what we do; it is who we are as a company. It’s unusual for a pre-production company to report on people and the planet practices, but transparency and ESG are fundamental to our purpose,” says Fisker chairman and CEO Henrik Fisker. “We innovate and push traditional methodologies to improve the planet and lives of people. Our tens of thousands of reservation holders and broad base of stockholders expect us to challenge the status quo. We count on our suppliers and business partners, like Magna’s carbon neutral plant in Austria assembling the Fisker Ocean, to do the same. We want to motivate other companies in every industry to follow our lead, building a global community focused on what matters.”
The five-passenger Fisker Ocean is designed and engineered to be the world’s most sustainable vehicle and starts at $37,4991 in the US.
The Fisker ESG Impact Report sets a precedent for new companies aligned with widely accepted criteria, frameworks, and regulatory bodies. These include greenhouse gas protocol, United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG), United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), International Labor Organization (ILO), and International Organization for Standardization (ISO).