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Eşarj, the Charging Operator that Breaks New Ground, and BYD, the Leading Global EV Manufacturer, Join Forces
Eşarj initiates a collaboration with BYD, the leading global EV manufacturer which put its first model in Türkiye on the roads following the launching in September, to further improve the experience that the company offers to its customers. Thanks to this one and only collaboration in Türkiye with Eşarj, BYD owners will get a unique opportunity. BYD owners will enjoy a 20 percent discount for re-charging their EVs at any Eşarj stations until January 31, 2024.
Eşarj will build more than 70 AC and DC charging stations in four dealers of BYD, i.e., two in Istanbul and one in Ankara and one in Izmir, at first, and then, the Company will continue to build charging stations in BYD dealers, the number of which is expected to increase over 20 in 2024.
“We build Eşarj stations nationwide.”
Underlining that they provide the best and fastest experience to their customers with the first charging station network in Türkiye with the highest number of fast charging stations as well as their investments in EV charging stations, Murat Pınar, CEO at Enerjisa Enerji and Chair at Eşarj, stated, “We, at Eşarj, put all our efforts into being a pioneer in the steps taken to ensure a better future for all as well as the EV Infrastructure in Türkiye, and to be listed among the playmaker companies in the ecosystem. Thus, I consider our collaboration with BYD, a global leader, and their choice of Eşarj as the only company to collaborate in Türkiye as a reward of our investments. Breaking new ground in Türkiye with our fast charging stations, the number of which continuously increases, enabled us to become empowered and contribute to the EV experience of our customers. We keep expanding our station network and maintain our efforts to build a total of 1000 stations in 81 provinces by the end of 2023."
Breaks new ground
Eşarj is the first charging operator in Türkiye that puts efforts into EVs to reach their full potential in reducing carbon emissions, while also the first charging operator certified with the renewable energy certificate (IREC, YEK-G), and the first DC charging station and the first charging operator contracted with the EV brands.
About Enerjisa Enerji
Enerjisa Enerji, which pioneers the energy transformation in Türkiye by using the multiplier effect of sustainability and technology in line with its vision of "A better future for all", provides service to 25 percent of Türkiye in electricity distribution and retail, which are the main fields of activity of the company. Enerjisa Enerji, the prominent player in the industry, reaches 10.6 million customers in 14 provinces and provides electricity distribution services to more than 22 million users. While Enerjisa Enerji offers renewable energy, efficiency and green energy solutions to its customers via its Energy of My Business brand, the company also operates the first and fastest charging station network in Türkiye with Eşarj, the company of which Enerjisa owns majority of its shares. 20 percent of Enerjisa Enerji, whose main shareholders are Sabancı Holding and E.ON, is publicly traded in Borsa Istanbul.
As the first and fastest charging station operator in Türkiye, Eşarj Elektrikli Araçlar Şarj Sistemleri A.Ş. (Eşarj), of which 100 percent of its shares is owned by Enerjisa Müşteri Çözümleri A.Ş. -wholly-owned by Enerjisa Enerji-, manages an EV charging station network of over 800 stations with more than 1,400 sockets and an installed capacity exceeding 50 MWh as of October 2023.