Charging Map for Electric Vehicles (Electric Vehicle Charging Stations)
Using all-electric vehicle charging stations from Google Maps to differentiate brands in Turkey have committed on the map. Click on the map below to examine the Map of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in more detail.
Electric vehicles are becoming more and more common today. This expansion brought some needs. Electric vehicle charging stations is a relatively new technology to Turkey, but not able to find many more steps per electric charging station. Yes, in vehicles, the navigation prompt may automatically show the station closest to you, but most users prefer to go to the charging point by looking through their mobile phone instead of using the vehicle's navigation. For this, we have prepared you Charging Map for Electric Vehicles (Electric Vehicle Charging Stations).
What is Charging Station?
Not everyone can expect high amperage electricity in their home or garage. Usually, single-phase (single-phase) connection can be established at home, and therefore the electric vehicle's charging time reaches up to 10 hours. However, if a multi-phase connection is provided, you can charge your vehicle up to 20 kilometers in as little as 100 minutes. Many brands also offer free charging stations to their cars. For example; When you buy a BMW electric car, you can use the brand's charging stations for free.
How to Charge Electric Car?
The biggest problem when producing electric cars is battery. Once upon a time, the batteries made the production of electric cars almost impossible due to their size, weight and the chemicals contained in them. However, nickel-based batteries can be recharged and lithium-powered batteries have been developed. An important part of electric cars and almost all the rechargeable technological tools you use in daily life work like lithium ion batteries. The most important issue in this battery type, which you will see in electric cars, is charging and the battery should be charged before the charge rate drops below 20%. The main reason for this is that lithium batteries are in cells rather than a single structure. If the battery runs out to the end, some cells of the battery will be destroyed. So if you buy an electric car, you shouldn't drive until the battery runs out. Even if it changes according to brands and models, electric vehicles are generally charged in 8 hours with a household socket. In charging stations, the time has been reduced to 1 hour in some models.
- Blue : EXCHANGER
- Yellow: Sharz
- Dark green: the Voltran
- Red: SEZ
- Light green: Green Power Energy
- Very Light Green: DMA
- Grey: G-Charge
Prepared: Otonomhab is