A carbon-neutral world?
A top quality, durable and sustainable product, sustainably produced? That’s exactly what we want from e-mobility. We are convinced that clean mobility begins with clean charging technology.
We are planting trees for you!
For every product we produce, we will plant the number of trees required to neutralise the product’s carbon emissions. For example, manufacturing a JUICE BOOSTER 2 generates 84 kg of carbon dioxide, including adapters and transport. By planting a tree now, it will absorb around 120 kg of carbon dioxide in its first 10 years.
So, for every JUICE BOOSTER 2 we produce, Juice will plant one tree, although this might be as many as 8 to 12 for each JUICE ULTRA, depending on the model.
Where will we plant them?
We are currently planting our trees in British Columbia in Canada. This plateau was devastated by the Hanceville fire in 2017. The whole area had to be evacuated – meaning that animals, insects, native plants and indigenous trees are now in very short supply.
“When it comes to neutralising CO2 emissions, it’s totally irrelevant where the trees are located, as the whole world benefits from the purified air. Our concern and objective, however, is that trees not be planted in species-poor monoculture plantations, but rather in regions with natural forest cover. The Chilcotin Plateau is ideally suited for such planting. Similar projects are already underway as well – in Spain, for example.”
When you buy one of our products, you will receive a customer certificate showing the precise coordinates of the forest.
More benefits all round
Not only are we supporting reforestation of the Chilcotin Plateau with this project, but also offering a sustainable habitat for animals and insects.
After all, if we are in a position to help make the world a better place, surely we should jump right in and do something about it?
“JUICE is busily planting, tree by tree, and as of mid-2021 has reforested an area the equivalent of over 300 soccer fields. The trees have been carefully planted with sufficient spacing between them to allow optimum growth.”