Turkey: In 2030, the number of charging stations will be 20 thousand

The use of electric vehicles is increasing day by day all over the world. Accordingly, studies and developments in the infrastructure continue. Sharz, which provides infrastructure to many charging operators and has one of the most widespread charging networks in Turkey with 250 charging points. Net’s General Coordinator Ayse Ece Sengonol said, “Today, there are approximately 7 thousand vehicles and over 1,500 charging stations serving these vehicles in Turkey. It is expected that there will be one million electric vehicles and approximately 20 thousand charging stations in 2030.” Sengonul continued as follows: “In the coming period, people’s habits will change, and instead of getting energy from the fuel station, they will be able to charge their vehicles at their homes, workplaces, shopping malls, schools, hospitals, recreational facilities and many more points. The regulations made by the public will ensure that the infrastructure is healthier and more systematic.”

Source: Sabah / Translated by Irem Yildiz

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