EVme Joins Hands with ReAcc to Expand Fleet Service Business for EV Rental

EVme and ReAcc Collaborate to Expand Business for Sustainability Increase service options for fleet customers to rent electric vehicles to be able to use 100% renewable energy.

On July 7, 2565, Mr. Suwicha Sudjai Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of EVME Plus Company Limited (EVME PLUS) with Mr. Natchart Jerdnapapan Managing Director of ReAcc Co., Ltd. (ReAcc) revealed the cooperation to expand the electric vehicle (EV) service business that meets all lifestyles.

Between EVme, a digital provider of a one-stop electric vehicle rental platform, and ReAcc, a provider of clean energy and greenhouse gas neutrality trading services through a digital platform.

By issuing Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) from ReAcc for EVme fleet customers who wish to demonstrate their intention to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through the use of EVs that are powered by 100% renewable energy sources and are all renewable energy produced in Thailand.

As part of driving the goals of carbon neutrality and net zero GHG emission, business operators in Thailand and the ASEAN region are encouraged to generate and use electricity from renewable sources. To increase the potential of sustainable energy innovation development of the country in the future.

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