Leading charger brand, Anker has become a primary partner of Taronga Conservation Society Australia, a non-profit organisation dedicated to wildlife conservation supporting the protection and study of penguins along the New South Wales coast.

Through this partnership, Anker will provide funding and state-of-the-art products from Anker and Anker SOLIX to aid Taronga’s ongoing efforts in monitoring and conserving the native penguin breeding colonies.

This partnership forms part of Anker’s global ‘ReCharge the Future’ initiative, a multi-year program focused on making a more positive impact on the environment through eco-friendly products and sustainable business practices.

Anker Innovations general manager for Australia and New Zealand, Gaspar Xie said, “Anker is dedicated to our mission to revitalise the environment in Australia and beyond. Our partnership with Taronga is an outstanding opportunity to boost global wildlife conservation and environmental protection. Our equipment and funding contributions will help in the protection of native penguins populations and support local conservation efforts.”

Taronga behaviourial biologist, Dr Ben Pitcher commented, “Taronga has a rich history building scientific knowledge through data collection and monitoring of many wild species, both on land and in our oceans. Our expertise in behavioural biology, conservation science and genetics sees our team deployed to many remote locations, including that of the penguin. When in-field, our team operates with minimal equipment to remain agile and efficient, while minimising our impact on fragile ecosystems.

“With advanced equipment support, our team is aided in time efficiency and data reporting efficiencies. With Anker’s generous funding towards replacement trackers, we can ensure that every expedition to remote wild penguin populations is the most fruitful in our data collection.”