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Yadea helps reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 30 million tons

Yadea Technology Group Co., Ltd. a leading electric two-wheeler brand, announced that cumulative sales of its electric motorcycles, electric scooters, electric bicycles and electric kick scooters have helped reduce carbon emissions by 32.4 million to date The news comes in the month of Earth Day 2021 and reflects the company's commitment to doing its part to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


On Earth Day 2021, Yadea shared a post on Facebook inviting netizens to make the planet a better future with the company's zero-emission vehicles.
The announcement came during a presentation at the latest global press conference where the company officially launched its international brand. The presentation highlighted Yadea's achievements since its inception: the company has sold over 50 million products, reduced fuel consumption by 8.52 million tons, and helped cut carbon dioxide emissions by 32.4 million tons - the equivalent of planting 32.4 billion trees.

“Electric two-wheelers offer an environmentally friendly, energy efficient and convenient solution for the daily commute, so at Yadea we believe we are doing a great thing. With more than 20 years of commitment to green energy technology, we are the world's leading brand in the electric two-wheeler industry. As we celebrate World Earth Day, we look forward to helping more people electrify their lives and reduce their ecological footprint with Yadea, "said Heidi Zang , Vice General Manager of Yadea .

According to the United Nations, electric two- and three-wheel vehicles can make a contribution to clean air and reduced greenhouse gas emissions and are the first priority when switching to electric mobility. Calculations show that a switch to 90 percent battery-powered electric motorcycles by 2030 could lead to a reduction in CO2 emissions of up to 11 billion tons by 2050.

With lower fuel and maintenance costs, electric two- and three-wheelers can help achieve a range of SDGs, including climate change, affordable and clean energy, industry, innovation and infrastructure, and sustainable cities and communities.



With the irreplaceable benefits of electric two-wheelers for environmental protection and industrial development, Yadea has increased its commitment to provide leading integrated solutions that promote environmentally friendly travel around the world. As an industry pioneer, Yadea plays a central role in the electric mobility revolution. With the launch of its global brand, the company hopes to inspire other companies to do their part to achieve the SDGs.

Yadea launched its international brand on April 15th with the theme #ElectrifyYourLife. During the press conference, the company presented its diversified global product matrix, which includes electric motorcycles, electric scooters, electric bicycles and electric kick scooters - providing a leading integrated solution for the diverse travel needs of users around the world.

At the same time, the company is calling on more and more people to stand up for a greener world: On Earth Day 2021, Yadea shared a post on Facebook in which she invited netizens to give the planet a better future with the company's zero-emission vehicles.

Information about Yadea

Yadea is a global leader in the design and manufacture of electric two-wheelers, including electric motorcycles, electric scooters, electric bicycles, and electric kick scooters. Yadea's mission is to use its market leadership to inspire a movement towards greener travel solutions. Yadea's vision is to create world-leading electric vehicle solutions by developing innovative technologies that meet and exceed international standards for safety and quality.

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Official website:  https://www.yadea.com/
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