May 27, 2021
But it’s not just about the distance travelled. It also means we’ve avoided releasing a massive 3,720 tons of CO2 emissions, which would have been generated by the same distance travelled by a petrol-powered car.
From all of us at Beam, thank you to the moon and back.
The distance to the moon is approximately 400,000km (15 million km / 400,000km = 38 / 2 = 19 trips to the moon and back)
10 million rides equate to 15,000,000 kms travelled (1.5km per ride). A medium sized petrol car emits 248 grams of Co2 eq per km on average, therefore 3,720 tons has been saved (offset) from 10 million rides. Beam is Certified Climate Neutral.
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