Huge investments are being made in electric cars, which have become very popular in recent years. Many brands are working on their own electric cars.
Although the sales of electric cars, which are expected to replace internal combustion engine cars in the future, are not very high in our country, sales figures continue to increase.
However, while the number of charging stations serving in Turkey is increasing, many brands continue to work to establish their own charging network.
So how much does it cost to charge electric vehicles in Turkey? Actually, the answer to this question varies according to the charging station you prefer.
The Cost Of Charging An Electric Vehicle In Turkey
According to the latest data, there are 8,861 charging points in Turkey, 6,633 of which are AC and 2,228 DC fast charging points.
Currently, many station network operators such as Eşarj, ZES, Trugo and Voltrun charge users per kWSa.
Although charging fees are advantageous compared to fuel prices, prices have increased slightly recently. Here is the cost of charging according to brands:
For Tesla owners: 7.8 TL / kWh
For other cars: 8.6 TL / kWh
AC socket 5.9 TL/kWh
All DC sockets up to 60 kW 6.75 TL/kWh
All other DC sockets 7.5 TL/kWh
AC socket 6.65 TL/kWh
DC socket 7.95 TL/kWh
180 kW DC sockets 7.99 TL/kWh
300 kW DC sockets 7.99 TL/kWh
22 kW AC sockets 5.95 TL/kWh
60 – 200 kW DC sockets 7.45 TL/kWh
AC Type 2 sockets 6.29 TL/kWh
60 kW DC CCS sockets 7.49 TL/kWh
120 and 180 kW DC CCS, CHAdeMO sockets 7.99 TL/kWh
All AC sockets up to 22 kW 7.48 TL/kWh
All DC sockets up to 60 kW 8.98 TL/kWh
All other DC sockets 9.48 TL/kWh
How To Calculate The Cost Of Recharging ?
When you multiply the above fees by the battery capacity, your total charging cost will be calculated.
For example, if you have a vehicle with a battery capacity of 50 kWh, the charging cost will be 50 x 7.45 = 372.5 TL according to the tariff of 7.45 TL/kWh.