Driven by Impact. 2021 Fisker ESG Impact Report.

Driven by

our 2021
ESG Impact Report.
ESG Introduction

Henrik Fisker’s commitment to beauty, innovation, and clean mobility led him to build Fisker Inc. into a company disrupting the automotive industry through beautiful craftsmanship, ingenious engineering, innovation, affordability, and sustainability.


Carbon-neutrality is in our founding announcement.


Fisker commits to non-financial ESG reporting before going public.

Fisker carefully chooses like-minded partners, including Magna and its carbon-neutral factory.

Fisker Green Building Certified offices
Fisker Green Building Certified offices

Fisker establishes offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco, CA. Both Green Building certified in 2022.


Fisker announces an aspirational goal to create a 100% climate neutral vehicle by 2027.

Climate Neutral Vehicle

Fisker vehicles enable other companies to reach goals of zero emissions mobility.

Fisker Edition Eco-Friendly Merchandise

Fisker launches Fisker Edition Eco-Friendly Merchandise utilizing recycled  materials.

Fisker Edition

Fisker signs the United Nations Global Compact as a participant.


Fisker completes auction of NFTs through energy-efficient blockchain partner Solana.

Even in this digital age, Henrik Fisker uses paper and ink to draw his designs, his long, buff-colored fingers sweeping a black pen across the crisp, white page. No design is visible, yet.
A partial drawing of what will be a modern, sleek vehicle leaps from the page, half of a wheel with 3 wide spokes visible, drawn in gray, white, and black, sitting below the start of a sweeping trunk lid, emphasized with a red contouring line and a hint of a rear window.

Fisker donates a portion of the funds to the Ocean Conservancy.

Fisker by Hand

Fisker releases this inaugural ESG Impact report, ahead of first vehicle production.

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We incorporate sustainability into our systems thinking, where environmental consideration permeates every decision.

–Henrik Fisker

in Action

California map
Los Angeles

Fisker Merchandise

83% of materials sourced within
1000-mile radius


of the suppliers prioritize EV and non-fossil fuel transport


using recycled content and bio-degradable  packaging


of products follow ILO regulations 


used either recycled materials or repurposed materials


product is bio-based


made from a minimum of 60% recycled material 

Henrik Fisker on a walk

Fisker Ocean

Produced in a carbon-neutral facility powered by 100% renewable energy.

  • Production materials for Fisker Ocean sourced locally within 1,000 miles to the Graz, Austria production facility.
  • Lifecycle analysis incorporating ISO 14040, 14044 and 14067 principles conducted with refinement upon full production.
  • More than 10 KPIs around environmental and social pillars defined by our business partner Magna ahead of production.


recycled polymers or biobased materials used in the Fisker Ocean
Fisker interior design
Fisker interior design: driver's side


Identified opportunities to reduce carbon emissions for the lifecycle of a vehicle.

An internal research study shows that efforts focused on reducing mass and carbon footprint of materials will return a large reduction in overall carbon emissions for the life cycle of a vehicle. In total, the Fisker Ocean will have more than 50 kg recycled polymers or biobased materials.

Fisker materials engineering study identified the optimal material mix, including recycled materials, and mass. Results identified a further reduction in carbon footprint and prompts future reengineering toward improvements for Fisker Pear and beyond.