Tritium has been selected as one of six companies for the U.S. Army’s Power Transfer Cohort, a program focused on advancing solutions that will support remote access, rapid recharging, and scalable infrastructure to help the U.S. Army move to electric vehicles.
Redefining the evolution of electric vehicles (EVs) in Thailand, EVLOMO and PTT Oil and Retail Business PLC (OR) launched their first DC fast charging station at PTT Station, in Ban Chang, Rayong which is a part of the Eastern Economic Corridor, Thailand.
Tritium and Elexent, a subsidiary of Groupe Renault, have signed an agreement to deploy DC fast chargers in more than 10 European countries.
Tritium’s partners at EvGateway were awarded a multi-year contract with Southern California Edison (SCE), providing turnkey charging solutions to 27 park and beach locations in the region.
The update allows an electric vehicle (EV) that supports Plug and Charge and Tritium’s RT50 chargers to communicate seamlessly and authorise payments directly from the driver’s account without needing a card or RFID tag.
Tritium and Peel NRE have partnered to install the first DC rapid charger at Straiton Retail Park in Scotland.
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Brisbane, Australia, February 10, 2021 – Tritium, a Brisbane-based DC fast charging manufacturer for electric vehicles, today hosted Australian Members […]
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and a slowing global economy, 2020 was a turning point for e-mobility. Electric vehicle (EV) sales […]