Izmir's electric bus tender is ok

electric buses completely tender of Izmir: Turkey's first electric bus are determined to continue the ESHOT General Directorate to establish the fleet twice before canceled 20 "full-electric buses" concluded the tender. Conducting the tender in Ankara with a bid of 8.8 million Euros, TCV Otomotiv Makine San. ve Tic. A.Ş. was announced to have won. Izmir Metropolitan Municipality aims to bring 3 electric buses to the city within 400 years.
Izmir Metropolitan Municipality has taken a very important step to finalize the revolutionary electric bus move in public transportation. ESHOT General Directorate, which took action to put 20 electric buses to the service of Izmir citizens in public transportation, started a tender in August last year, but the Public Procurement Authority canceled this tender upon objection. The second tender, held on March 9, could not be concluded this time because the participating companies did not submit bids in accordance with the specifications. In line with the strategy of implementing "environmentally friendly transportation" technologies, ESHOT General Directorate has been tendered for the third time for the purchase of a "full electric bus". The winning company, TCV Otomotiv Makine San. ve Tic. A.S. happened. TCV firm, which manufactures in Ankara, took the first place in the tender with a bid of 3 million 5 thousand TL for 20 electric buses, charging equipment and installation.
Following the contract to be signed with the manufacturer, the first electric bus fleet of the city will be in service of the people of İzmir. Izmir Metropolitan Municipality General Directorate of ESHOT plans to increase the number of electric buses in its fleet, as technologies develop faster and allow longer distances.
There is another 400 electric bus on target
Izmir Metropolitan Municipality's 3 electric bus in the 400 year to win the project, the Ministry of Development in recent months was approved by the investment program was taken to the 2016. After this development, which led the world financial circles to turn their attention to Izmir, interviews were conducted with the officials of IFC (International Finance Corporation), the World Bank Group company.

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