With Togg, which will be introduced later this year and will begin selling in the first quarter of 2023, a major transformation is underway in the electric car ecosystem. commissioned by the Ministry of Industry and Technology to build the charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. “Support program for fast charging stations for electric vehicles” With the investment of 1 billion lire, competition in the sector has intensified. More than 200 investors have applied to the Ministry and 20 companies have been deemed eligible for support. The Ministry will provide support of 150 million lire.
ZES is also FAST ABROAD
Zorlu Energy Solutions (ZES), one of the oldest and largest companies in the Turkish recharging market, is a major player in the sector. Zorlu Energy Solutions (ZES), one of Zorlu Energy’s largest investments in 2018 to implement next-generation technologies, continues its growth.
“As a company with rapid growth objectives, our work will continue” Inanc Salman, General Manager of Zorlu Energy Trade, said: “We will grow rapidly not only in Turkey but also abroad. To carry on activities including the sale, installation and operation of electric vehicle charging stations in Turkey and projects on this topic to the European Union and in the countries and to operate within this area in the countries concerned, Croatia, ” She said.
TRUGO IS INSTALLING A THOUSAND DEVICES
Togg, with which Zorlu Holding has a 23% partnership, will also be one of the largest suppliers in our country with the Trugo brand. Trugo will install 1000 high performance (DC) chargers in more than 600 locations in 81 provinces and the number of sockets will reach two thousand. The company plans to install a charger every 25 kilometers on high-traffic routes and 50 kilometers in low-intensity areas.
TRUST OF THE SUN
Another company that was licensed to operate electric vehicle charging stations was Kalyon EV. The company, which has obtained the license for the installation of ultra-fast charging stations to be installed in accessible points throughout Turkey, in line with the previously announced goal of the Turkish Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources of building 250 thousand points of recharging by 2030, it draws attention especially with its investments in solar energy.
KOÇ ALSO PRODUCES DEVICES
WAT Mobility is one of the most recent companies to be licensed as a charging network operator under the Energy Market Regulatory Board regulation on charging network management. WAT Mobility, founded by the companies of the Koç Opet group, Otokoç Otomotiv and Entek Elektrik, plans to become one of the largest in the industry.
Oğuzhan Öztürk, General Manager of WAT “We believe it is vital that electric vehicle chargers are designed and manufactured locally in our country. We rely heavily on our country’s engineering expertise, manufacturing infrastructure and logistics management capability. We aim to have a global impact on our country. power electronics and electric vehicle software-based charging technologies. By the end of 2022, we will start production at our WAT facility. they will mark the future in our country by 2023. We have the goal of rapid expansion throughout Turkey in terms of charging stations “. made a statement.
SOURCE: EVENING – SUMMER EMIRCILER