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AUGA M1 hybrid tractor

AUGA group develops and deploys emission-reducing technologies in order to achieve its goal of becoming a climate-neutral agricultural player. This is why the company developed the AUGA M1, the world's first biomethane-electric tractor for professional use in 2021 and delivered the first production batch of the AUGA M1 in 2023. One tractor can save 100 tonnes of CO2e emissions per year compared to fossil fuel tractors. The ability to switch away from fossil fuels on farms is a technological breakthrough that allows to move towards significant emission reductions in production of all AUGA products. Three tractors from the first production batch are being tested in AUGA's fields.

Biomethane infrastructure

Biomethane is one of the greenest fuel sources, offsetting more emissions per unit of energy in its production and use cycle than it emits itself. That's why the AUGA group is implementing a biomethane production project: biogas extracted from manure is purified using special technologies and converted into biomethane for use in the AUGA M1 tractor. Biomethane will help to perform agricultural work without fossil fuels and integrate the circular economy more closely.

Specialised feed technology

Emissions from the digestive tract of cattle account for almost half of the total emissions generated by agriculture. To change this, AUGA Tech is developing an innovative specialised feed technology that will reduce methane emissions by up to 50% per tonne of cow's milk produced. In 2023 the technology is being tested on selected cow herds with promising initial results.