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Eşarj Breaking Ground Again with International Renewable Energy Certificate (IREC)

Eşarj Stations Use Renewable Energy
As the leading electrical charging station network in Turkey with majority of the shares belonging to Enerjisa Enerji since 2018, Eşarj proved its innovative perspective and leadership once again by obtaining the International Renewable Energy Certificate (IREC). Thanks to IREC Certificate, nearly 350 Eşarj stations started to use 100% renewable energy as of July 1st. This certificate will enable documenting the utilization of electricity generated from renewable energy sources for electric vehicle use and will significantly contribute to the efforts of mitigation of carbon emissions.

As a company providing high-quality and uninterrupted services along with sustainable solutions to its customers with an innovative perspective, Enerjisa Enerji bought the majority shares of Eşarj in 2018 and Eşarj became the first operator in Turkey to obtain International Renewable Energy Certificate (IREC). Thus, Eşarj broke another ground as the most expansive and largest electric vehicle charging operator with a mission of creating a sustainable, environment-friendly and electric future. Thanks to their yearly renewable energy utilization rates, these 350 stations will play an important role in the mitigation of carbon emissions and protection of natural resources by using the power generated at solar and wind power plants.

Carbon reduction equal to 200 million trees by 2030

As the leading company in the e-mobility sector positioned at the centre of global trends such as decarbonization, digitalization and decentralization as well as current movements such as urbanization, electrification and efficiency, Eşarj made a big and important investment for the future on July 1st by contributing to a hundred percent clean energy and sustainability with the IREC certificate obtained for the power consumed at its stations. It was determined that a carbon reduction equal to nearly 30,000 per year will correspond to the yearly power consumption at the charging stations during a period of 7 years as approved in the certification. And this carbon reduction is predicted to correspond to nearly 200 million trees by 2030 with the estimated electric vehicle number of 2.5 million.