Energy of Electric Buses from the Roof of ESHOT

Izmir Metropolitan Municipality, which established a full electric bus fleet for 20 vehicles, meets the necessary electricity for these vehicles with the solar power plant built on ESHOT's workshop roofs. The electricity produced in the plant, which started to operate in August, saved 300 thousand pounds; 320 ton carbon emission into the atmosphere is blocked. The 1 30 used less than a thousand liters of fuel in public transportation, thanks to the fleet carrying nearly 449 passengers a year.

İzmir Metropolitan Municipality, which has a special place among local administrations with the environmental investments it has initiated, has also signed a ler green revolution sahip in public transportation. The Metropolitan Municipality, together with the electric buses, brought a new dimension to the steps to reduce the carbon emissions launched by environmentalist ships and rail system projects such as trams, subways, and suburbs. 20 units with electric buses "serving in Turkey's largest fully electric public transport" bus fleet having ESHOT Headquarters, this self-produced electric vehicles are still running.

The solar power plant built on a total area of ​​10 thousand square meters in the roofs of ESHOT's Buca workshop buildings started to produce energy at full capacity in August 2017. 7 a thousand kilowatts of electricity was produced per month in 650, saving 300 thousand pounds. This production value of the 8 thousand trees a day to filter the amount of 320 tons of carbon dioxide was prevented.

The solar power plant, consisting of 3 bin 680 photovoltaic panels, will produce about 1 million 380 thousand kilowatt electric energy annually. Thus, the average annual emission of 5 thousand tons of carbon will be prevented.

ESHOT's electric buses are charged at 12 points, including workshops, garages and final stops. The electricity produced is also used in ESHOT's Buca workshops and buildings.

Saving fuel
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In addition, fuel, maintenance, repair and operating costs, which have a significant share in the ESHOT budget, have also begun to decline considerably when the solar power plant is put into operation.

For a beautiful future
Izmir Metropolitan Municipality, which was established within the European Commission and whose main objective was esi to promote and promote the use of renewable and clean resources for a world fighting global warming savaş (Covenant of Mayors- CoM), was a party to 2015 in the year. 2020 had committed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 20 by the year. İzmir's local government foresees a significant reduction in carbon emissions due to fossil fuel use, with the increase in rail system investments and the number of electric buses.

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