Henkel's facility in Turkiye

Henkel Adhesive Technologies has announced that its manufacturing sites in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region now operate on 100% renewable electricity.
The world’s leading solution provider for adhesives, sealants and functional coatings has made eight MEA Adhesive Technologies manufacturing sites, located in six countries, transition to renewable electricity sources, eliminating carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from their electricity usage, also known as Scope 2 emissions. 
This shift includes on-site solar installations and external renewable sources such as hydroelectric and wind energy. 
Specific initiatives
Specific initiatives include renewable electricity derived from on-site photovoltaic (PV) solar and hydroelectricity in Turkey and Kenya, wind energy in South Africa, and solar power in Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
Through this, Henkel has eliminated approximately 10,471 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year from its Scope 2 activities, equivalent to removing the carbon footprint of around 2,500 gasoline-powered cars driven for one year or c. 2,700 flights from New York to Singapore. 
By drastically reducing its reliance on fossil fuels, Henkel is making a substantial environmental impact and setting a benchmark for the industry.
Complete decarbonisation
Veerabhadra Konakalla, Head of Safety Health & Environment Henkel Adhesive Technologies IMEA, stated: “By achieving complete decarbonisation of our scope 2 operations in our MEA sites, we’ve turned our commitments into tangible progress on the path to achieving climate positive operations by 2030. This achievement is a testament to the zeal of our IMEA team to drive transformative environmental change and create a more sustainable future.”
This achievement is aligned with Henkel’s 2030+ Sustainability Ambition Framework, which aims for climate-positive operations by 2030 and a net-zero pathway.--TradeArabia News Service