With a new perspective that countries and sectors will develop with their economic competitiveness, sustainability goals and steps taken against the climate crisis, the circular economy approach in the industry offers a model that aims to keep resources as much as possible within the economic system. This model has the potential to completely eliminate the concept of waste.

Reuse, recycling, and reproduction… Within the scope of sustainability, 'Circular Economy’ will gain a new dimension with more proper use of resources and generation of less waste to maintain the supply-demand balance. Until recently, the economy was following a linear path of ‘buy-consume-dispose’. In other words, the raw material would be processed, turned into a product, the consumer would buy it and the product would become waste after completing its life. When the product became waste both at the beginning of production and at the end of its life, the damage it caused to the environment and its polluting effects were ignored, including the production process. The destruction caused by this approach, which emerged in the years following the industrial revolution, was reflected in the increase in the population of cities and urban wastes that emerged with unplanned urbanization. With the increasing population, the demand for ready-made consumption has also increased.

On the other hand, it has brought the consumption of resources to the agenda in mass production, which has grown massively with the development of technology. This process triggered negative environmental developments such as pollution of seas, destruction of natural resources, global warming and climate crisis, and played a role in the growth of problems.


Circular economy sparks fresh ideas and thoughts for the battery industry, especially automobile batteries and electric car batteries. While the widespread use of electric vehicles supports sustainable transportation solutions, it also contributes to the goals of combating the climate crisis. While it is foreseen that the demand for batteries will gradually increase, companies are intensifying their R&D studies for product and production models with their increasing investments in this field.

Growing demand will trigger production and reinforce technological innovations to reduce costs. Leveraging sustainable resources will play a pivotal role in making batteries and battery packs more affordable for end users.


Lithium-ion batteries contribute not only to the longevity of automobiles but also to reducing environmental impact. Studies are ongoing to reduce the carbon footprint by developing recyclable lithium batteries. As the recycling rate increases, the negative effects of the product on the environment will decrease.

Yigit Aku has been providing battery packs, developed with its extensive expertise and thoroughly tested in both laboratory and field environments, to various sectors for years. Some of the sectors Yigit Aku serves with lithium batteries include forklifts, stackers, pallet trucks and LGV (Laser Guided Vehicle), as well as in-factory logistics vehicles, golf cars, cleaning machines and all electric vehicles operating in the range of 24 to 80 volts used in the service sector.

First of all, Yigit Aku carries out technical feasibility studies for battery solutions specific to the vehicles it serves. It provides battery packs tailored to the vehicle, and these packs, designed and manufactured by Yigit Aku, are seamlessly integrated into the respective vehicles. Following integration, on-site technical training is provided to the teams. Finally, Yigit Aku offers a Data Monitoring Center, enabling customers to monitor the real-time status of battery packs directly from their mobile devices.