Eşarj, as the owner of the majority stock of Enerjisa Enerji since 2019 and also Turkey’s leader eletrical charging station network, sets sup a charging station in Sweden. When the electrical busses produced by Temsa are exported to Sweden, the charging of the busses in the traffic will be done through Eşarj stations. Thus, Eşarj took the first step towards becoming a regional player. 

Eşarj, of which Enerjisa Enerji -as one of the elektricity distribution and retail companies in Turkey -bought the majority stock in 2018, has taken its first step towards becoming a regional player. 

6 MD9 electriCITY electrical busses, developed by Temsa engineers and manufactured in the facilities of the company in Adana and exported to Sweden, will be charged up through Eşarj stations. Due to this setup, great steps will have been taken towards becoming a regional player. So, the first step of a charging station company of a Turkish electrical vehicle will be realized in overseas range. 

A Milestone for the Ecosystem 

Chairman of the Board of Eşarj and CEO of Enerjisa EnerjiMurat Pınar said, “We care about all investments that focus on sustainability and technology and we take responsibility with Eşarj at this point. One of the issues of global energy trends located in the center of eMobility solutions and as being a representative of the leading companies in Turkey, Eşarj, through the charging stations which will be installed in Sweden, is getting an important step towards being a regional player. As Eşarj, we have a goal of contributing 2.5 million tons of carbon emissions, depending on the number of electric vehicles that are expected to come into the traffic by 2030. In this direction, we want to be the pioneer of the steps that will benefit the world ecosystem and to be among the play maker companies in this ecosystem.”

Common Contribution to Sustainability 

Eşarj and Temsa, carrying out studies on the application of environmentally friendly technologies and saving measures in the use of energy and natural resources by making sustainability a focal point, will contribute to the reduction of carbon emissions on an international scale with this project. With the busses coming into traffic, the stations will also be put into use and a project will be started in Sweden under the organization of two Turkish companies.The charging need of Temsa‘s first electrical busses to be delivered abroad will be solved by 6 stations with AC 22kVA output.