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Electric vehicle charging station loan from Yapi Kredi Leasing 29 November 2021

A new service from Yapı Kredi promotes electric vehicle adoption. 

Industry-leading Yapı Kredi Leasing makes yet another addition to its portfolio of green energy and sustainability support by offering its customers the "EV Charging Station Loan." Cooperating with several industry-leading vendors, Yapı Kredi Leasing will provide a 17 percent VAT discount through its EV Charging Station Loan, with the lease requiring a mere VAT rate of 1 percent. Depending on the product segment, the service will be provided with both credit card and normal leasing. 

Stating that the company, positioned as an industry leader, continues its green energy efforts, Yapı Kredi Leasing General Manager Fatih Torun said: "As Yapı Kredi Leasing, green energy is always on the top of our agenda. We are committed to supporting our customers' sustainability journey in the best way possible, and take important steps towards promoting green energy. To serve this end, we further our efforts to encourage the use of environmentally friendly vehicles for a sustainable world".

"Looking at the global electric vehicle market, it is estimated that electric vehicles will account for 75 percent of all vehicle production by 2030 and nearly the entire output by 2035".

"We are aware of the fact that EVs, which have quickly become a part of our lives through sustainable energy and advancements in technology, will only become more important in the future. It is with this understanding that we now offer a loan to finance EV charging stations. Facilitated in collaboration with vendors and manufacturers, the EV Charging Station Loan has enabled us to break new ground in Turkey once again. Thanks to our collaboration, we will provide those utilizing this financial instrument with a 17 percent VAT discount for the lease that requires a mere VAT rate of 1 percent. We will keep on supporting green energy in the coming period by staying committed to a sustainable future and removing limits."

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