4 New Electric Vehicles in Romania
After a successful EV test of Avenue Electron buses in Buzău, Romania, last year, the EV company announced Tuesday it will be scaling the EV business in Romania to include four new Avenue Electron buses by the end of 2021. The new electric buses will be engineered, manufactured, and developed in Adana, Turkey.
Chief Sales and Marketing Officer Hakan Koralp said of the EV company, “We have been developing electric vehicle technologies for many years. With our vehicles that we engineer, develop and manufacture at our plant in Adana, we aim to contribute to the future of transportation and sustainability of our world.”
In addition to the four new electric buses, the business is also implementing two 150kw and 480kw charging stations in the city. Furthermore, the company states that the electric buses can travel 90 kilometers (roughly 56 miles) with a nine-minute charge. Additionally, the electric buses only have one foot pedal for acceleration and braking, resulting in an increased range of 15% and reduces EV maintenance.
The news of the EV company introducing the four new Avenue Electron buses to the Romanian market comes just a short time after the EV business introduced other electric buses to Sweden, Czech Republic, and Belgium.
About TEMSA and the EV Market
TEMSA is an EV business that specializes in electric buses. The business has the added mission of providing smart, sustainable mobility to help the environment. The company was founded in 1967 and currently produces over 10,000 electric vehicles per year. Additionally, the EV business is present in more than 70 markets worldwide with significant shares in the US, UK, Germany, France, and Italy.
TEMSA is part of a massive industry that is continuing to grow by the year as more and more auto manufacturers are taking steps toward a more sustainable mode of transportation. The business is just one contributor to the enormous global EV market. In 2019, the global EV market was valued at around $162 billion and is expected to reach $802 billion by 2027 — a CAGR of 22.6%. In congruence with this market, a subgroup of it is the global electric bus market. The global electric bus market was valued at around $41 billion in 2020, with a projected value of $76 billion by the end of 2025.
About the Author
McKenzie Carpenter is a graduate of Central Michigan University with a B.A.A. in Integrative Public Relations and French. McKenzie has previously worked for small businesses and nonprofit organizations.