By driving Yoogo Share’s pure electric cars, our members are reducing their carbon footprint. In choosing to share EVs, instead of driving vehicles that burn petrol or diesel, Yoogo Share members are contributing to improved air quality and reduced emissions in New Zealand.

If you're looking to reduce your carbon footprint, at work or in your personal life, driving a shared electric vehicle instead of a private gas guzzler is an easy change to make that can have a significant impact.



Tonnes of CO2

as of Sept 30 2019

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Want to know how many carbon emissions you’ve saved so far? Get in touch to get your carbon stats

How we calculate carbon emission savings

We calculate carbon savings estimates based on the km’s our members have travelled, compared to the the average carbon emissions of vehicles similar to our fleet - by driving Yoogo Share electric cars instead of vehicles that burn petrol or diesel, you’re contributing to improved air quality and reduced emissions.

Our calculations are made in accordance with the Ministry for the Environment's Guidance for Voluntary Greenhouse Gas Reporting, which considers the generation of power by Meridian Energy’s renewable sources that power our chargers.

Evans Pass Restoration Planting

To celebrate our members reaching 50 tonnes of carbon savings, we headed to Evans Pass in September with the Department of Conservation, Meridian Energy and Hyundai NZ to plant 1,000 native trees, to help restore the native ecology in the valley.

With help from our foundation business members from Beca and Christchurch City Council, business members from Waste Management, private members and the Air New Zealand Green Team, we made light work of this mammoth task.


SUSTAINABLE Business Network Award Winners

Yoogo Share won the Smarter Transport Award at the 2018 Sustainable Business Network awards.

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Our Christchurch fleet is powered by New Zealands largest renewable energy generator, Meridian Energy.

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