Local Production Electric Bus for Tepebaşı Municipality

Local Production Electric Bus for Tepebaşı Municipality: Eskişehir Tepebaşı Municipality, by breaking a new ground, took delivery of domestic production electric buses at European standards.
As part of the 5 Million Euro grant received by Tepebaşı Municipality from the European Commission for the Smart City Project, 4 electric buses were delivered at a ceremony. Eskişehir Deputy Governor Ömer Faruk Günay, Tepebaşı Municipality Mayor Ahmet Atac at the ceremony held in Tepebaşı Municipality Service Building, Bozankaya A delegation from Treptow-Köpenick, the sister city of Tepebaşı Municipality in Eskişehir, as well as the Chairman of the Board of Directors Aytunç Günay and many citizens, attended. Two of the 4 buses received will be used by women Aysel Ekrem and Melek Ekrem. .
TURKEY WILL CARRY THE FIRST ELECTRIC BUS PASSENGERS in TEPEBAŞI
In his speech at the delivery ceremony, Tepebaşı Mayor Ahmet Ataç said, “Within the scope of the Smart City Project, we have once again achieved a first in the 5 million Euro grant we deserve from the European Commission. We offer our electric buses, which stand out with their high energy efficiency and environmental friendliness. electric buses as we opened one of the first to use electric buses tenders in Turkey will be the first municipality in Tepebaşı Municipality. In this direction, producing the first electric buses will carry passengers in Turkey BozankayaWe are very happy to receive our vehicles from ".
4 BUS 300 THOUSAND EURO SAVINGS WILL PROVIDE
Underlining that they made their investments by considering the future of the city as well as today's conditions, Ataç said, “While our E-Karat electric buses that we have delivered provide advantage in our costs today with energy savings, they will help us prepare a clean tomorrow for our future generations with the principle of environmentally friendly electric driving with 0 emissions. When we compare our detailed test drives with conventional diesel buses, it shows that we can save an average of 75 thousand Euros annually with a single E-Karat bus. This means a total of 300 thousand Euros per year with our four buses. Thus, the cost of purchasing electric buses will be equal to the savings we will make from E-Carats within 5 years ”.
"THE COMMUNICATION OF AN ENVIRONMENTAL THOUGHT SHOWS THE VISION OF THE MUNICIPALITY"
Speaking at the ceremony, Treptow-Köpenick Assembly President Peter Groos said: “We are very happy to be here. We had a great hospitality and thank you very much for that. What I saw in Eskişehir, modernization and creativity impressed me very much. The realization of a global thought such as the electric bus and an environmentalist one demonstrates the vision of the municipality. We aim to develop similar visions between two sister municipalities ”.
"ELECTRIC BUS SERVICE WILL BE FIRST IN TURKEY IN THE WORLD IS THE FIRST FIVE while we take BETWEEN MANUFACTURERS"
Bozankaya Aytunç Günay, Chairman of the Board of Directors, said, “There is a tendency towards electric vehicles in the world. Criteria such as the importance of energy, efficient use of energy resources, saving and being environmentally friendly bring electric vehicles to the agenda. We have become quite efficient in this area. Today, we are the electric bus that makes the best range with a single charge in the world with E-Karat with recorded data. It will give its first electric bus service in Turkey and in the world while we are among the top five producers. In this sense, we would like to thank Eskişehir Tepebaşı Municipality for trusting and supporting locally produced vehicles. "Our electric buses, which offer many advantages together, will undoubtedly bring a new breath to the public transportation services of Tepebaşı and Eskişehir."
Eskişehir Deputy Governor Ömer Faruk Günay thanked all the municipality employees who contributed to the project and said, “I was proud as the deputy governor who coordinated energy efficiency in Eskişehir and worked on creating awareness in this issue. It is very important to generate energy by using renewable energy sources such as sun, water and wind instead of fossil fuels that harm the environment due to their use.
During the launch ceremony, E-Carat Buses were offered with a minimum mileage guarantee of 200 when fully charged, while the average 260-320 mileage could be traveled in the city. It is also stated that buses can be charged with smart mobile chargers without the need for electric vehicle stations.
Deputy Governor Ömer Faruk Günay, Mayor Ahmet Ataç and the accompanying delegation went on a city tour with the bus used by the driver Melek Ekrem after the ceremony.

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