Tritium and DCRN (NASDAQ: DCRN, DCRNW, DCRNU), announce an agreement for a private investment in public equity by Palantir Technologies Inc. (“Palantir”) (NYSE: PLTR).
U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm, New York City Council Member Robert E. Cornegy Jr., Con Edison CEO Tim Cawley, Tritium President Mike Calise and New York League of Conservation Voters President Julie Tighe celebrated the opening of the Revel Superhub.
Tritium, a global developer and manufacturer of direct current (“DC”) fast chargers for electric vehicles (“EVs”), today announces the addition of former U.S. Secretary of the Navy and Ambassador to the Kingdom of Norway, Kenneth Braithwaite, to the combined company’s Board of Directors following the closing of its business combination with Decarbonization Plus Acquisition Corporation II (“DCRN”) (NASDAQ: DCRN, DCRNW).
Tritium’s first project with Loop fills a charging gap in Los Angeles’ Miracle Mile. The partnership is expected to extend to Arizona, New York, and New Jersey, with further installations in California.
EvGateway will provide the software management solution for Revel’s Tritium-provided fast chargers, including networking, monitoring, and support.
The transaction will provide gross proceeds of up to approximately US$403 million (AUD$520 million) to Tritium, assuming minimal redemptions by DCRN’s public stockholders, to fully fund its growth as a technology market leader in the DC fast charging space for electric vehicles.
Gridserve and Ecotricity partner for largest high power motorway charging site in the UK with 12 Tritium 350kW chargers at new Electric Highway site.
Osprey Charging Network have installed the first Tritium RTM75 rapid chargers in Europe, at a new Starbucks site in Gosport, UK. This charger provides up to 75kW of charge to an electric vehicle (EV).
Revel’s rideshare will launch with a fleet of 50 Teslas, accelerating the buildout of charging Superhubs powered by Tritium DC fast chargers.