Tritium Reports Record Sales, Revenue, and Backlog for 2022 Calendar Year

Press Release 03/09/2023

BRISBANE, Australia, March 9, 2023 – Tritium DCFC Limited (Nasdaq: DCFC) (“Tritium” or the “Company”), a global developer and manufacturer of direct current (“DC”) fast chargers for electric vehicles (“EVs”), today announced record sales orders, record revenue, and record backlog for the Company’s 2022 calendar year, and released financial statements for the six-month period ended December 31, 2022.

Calendar Year 2022 Results

  • Received record sales orders valued at $195 million in calendar year 2022, representing an increase of 38% over the previous calendar year’s result of $141 million
  • Achieved record revenue of $102 million in calendar year 2022, at the high-end of the previously announced range of $95 – $102 million, of which $73 million was achieved in the six months ended December 31, 2022, a 27% increase over the results of the corresponding six-month period ended December 31, 2021
  • Cash and cash equivalents of $69 million as at December 31, 2022
  • Achieved a record purchase order backlog of approximately $159 million at December 31, 2022

Second Half 2022 Calendar Year Results

  • Achieved record backlog and revenue in the second half of the 2022 calendar year
  • Had backlog of $159 million at December 31, 2022, and achieved revenue of $73 million for the six-month period ended December 31, 2022, representing increases of 115% and 27%, respectively, compared to the same period in the 2021 calendar year
  • Gross margin was -9.7% for the six-month period ended December 31, 2022, which is reflective of ramp-up costs while the Company invested in and opened its new Tennessee factory and is expected to normalize over the course of calendar year 2023, particularly in the second half
  • December 31, 2022, Tritium reported $69 million in cash and cash equivalents and $107 million in raw materials and finished goods inventory
  • Net comprehensive loss was $56 million for the six-month period ended December 31, 2022, a 17% improvement from the corresponding prior six-month period ended December 31, 2021

“We remain focused on our goal of becoming the number one global manufacturer of electric vehicle fast chargers,” said Tritium CEO Jane Hunter. “We invested in a US factory earlier than our competitors and on a bigger scale. We expect our Tennessee factory to become our global revenue engine, in part by unlocking the benefits of the US government’s $7.5 billion of funding for EV chargers and maintenance, which requires domestically built charging equipment and will ultimately require more than 55% locally sourced components. Our new factory started shipping products to customers in August 2022 and, with the recent announcement of the final Build America, Buy America guidelines for the NEVI program, we believe Tritium has a major head start and a leading position in supplying fast chargers for the US through what we expect will soon be the highest capacity fast charger factory in the country.”

2023 Calendar Year Guidance

  • Tritium reaffirms expected revenue for the 2023 calendar year in excess of $200 million, corresponding to annual growth of over 100%, and reaffirms the timeline with approximately 35% forecast for the first half of the 2023 calendar year and the balance in the second half of the 2023 calendar year
  • Tritium expects gross margin to improve to between 10% and 12% for calendar year 2023, particularly through the second half as the Tennessee factory starts to hit scaled production targets and the manufacturing overhead associated with a greenfield facility is absorbed. The Company will also benefit from lower cost freight routes from the East Coast of the US to Europe, delivering stock via truck instead of air or sea to North America, as well as price increases implemented in the 2022 calendar year, which require backlog builds to be completed to be fully realized
  • Tritium expects to become EBITDA positive during the first half of the 2024 calendar year

Tritium continues to see strong customer growth, with increasing orders from charge point operators, fleets, utilities, and the fuel and convenience segments, many of which have shared public plans to install tens of thousands of electric charging stations over the next five years.

“Our results in the second half of 2022 demonstrate the strength of Tritium’s position in the global fast charging market as we address the demands of the growing electric vehicle industry,” said Tritium CFO Rob Topol. “With our new state-of-the-art Tennessee factory coming online and increasing production capacity, we are confident that Tritium will continue to be a leader in the global transition to electric mobility and drive sustainable change for a cleaner and greener future.”

In support of this accelerating demand from new and existing customers for Tritium’s fast chargers, the Company expects to scale the Tennessee factory to five production lines and two shifts on two of those lines by the end of the 2023 calendar year. Through this production ramp, the Company expects to produce a total of 11,000 units for the 2023 calendar year and projects global annualized production rates of 16,000 units by December 2023 and 28,000 units by December 2024. Tritium believes the Company’s planned US production capacity remains the highest of any publicly announced DC fast charger manufacturer in the US.

Based on management estimates, at December 31, 2022 Tritium believes it held the #1 universal fast charger market share in the US, Australia, and New Zealand, and the #3 position across Europe.

About Tritium

Founded in 2001, Tritium (NASDAQ: DCFC) designs and manufactures proprietary hardware and software to create advanced and reliable DC fast chargers for electric vehicles. Tritium’s compact and robust chargers are designed to look great on Main Street and thrive in harsh conditions, through technology engineered to be easy to install, own, and use. Tritium is focused on continuous innovation in support of our customers around the world.

For more information, contact us.

Presentation of Information

Unless otherwise indicated, references to a particular “fiscal year” are to our fiscal year ended June 30 of that year. References to a year other than a “fiscal” or “fiscal year” are to the calendar year ended December 31.

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This press release is for informational purposes only and it does not represent an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any of the Company’s securities. There will be no sale of the Company’s securities in any jurisdiction in which one would be unlawful.

Condensed Consolidated Statements of Operations and Comprehensive Loss
For the six months ended December 31, (unaudited)

Six months to
December 31, 2022
Six months to 
December 31, 2021
Service and maintenance revenue – external parties4,3762,405
Hardware revenue – external parties66,57941,952
Hardware revenue – related parties1,58812,629
Software revenue1015
Total revenue72,64456,991
Cost of goods sold  
Service and maintenance – costs of goods sold(1,770)(1,962)
Hardware – cost of goods sold(77,919)(51,495)
Total cost of goods sold(79,689)(53,457)
Selling, general and administration expense(36,437)     (46,851)
Product development expense(7,114)(6,521)
Foreign exchange gain/(loss) 102 152
Total operating costs and expenses (43,449)(53,220)
Loss from operations (50,494)(49,686)
Other income (expense), net:  
Finance costs(15,471)(11,581)
Transaction and offering related fees(640)
Fair value movements – warrants and derivative9,607(6,282)
Other income8751
Total other expense (5,777)(18,452)
(Loss) before income taxes (56,271)(68,138)
Income tax expense
Net (loss) (56,271)(68,138)
Net (loss) per common share  
Net (loss) attributable to common shareholders (56,271)(68,138)
Basic and diluted – common shares(0.37)(0.63)
Basic and diluted – class C shares(0.63)
Weighted average shares outstanding  
Basic and diluted – common shares     153,454,23199,915,539
Basic and diluted – class C shares8,047,417
Comprehensive Loss  
Net (loss) (56,271)(68,138)
Other income (loss) (net of tax)  
Change in foreign currency translation adjustment(435)2,550
Total other comprehensive income (loss) (net of tax)(435)2,550
Total comprehensive (loss)(56,706)(65,588)

Condensed Consolidated Statements of Financial Position
As at December 31, (unaudited)

As of
December 31, 2022
 As of
June 30, 2022
Cash and cash equivalents68,55170,753
Accounts receivable – related parties18316
Accounts receivable – external parties59,96030,816
Accounts receivable – allowance for expected credit losses(743)(275)
Prepaid expenses2,6664,873
Total current assets263,061177,564
Property, plant and equipment, net15,03111,151
Operating lease right of use assets20,18324,640
Total non-current assets 35,21435,791
Total Assets 298,275213,355
Liabilities and Shareholders’ Deficit  
Accounts Payable 101,37947,603
Borrowings 90474
Related party borrowings19,661
Contract liabilities70,01737,727
Employee benefits2,6922,653
Other provisions 2,24627,623
Obligations under operating leases 2,9954,020
Other current liabilities1,6022,939
Total current liabilities211,546134,979
Obligations under operating leases22,97425,556
Contract liabilities2,7762,231
Employee benefits295217
Borrowings net of unamortized issuance costs 135,87388,269
Related party borrowings 8,988
Other provisions3,0692,652
Total non-current liabilities 173,975118,925
Total Liabilities 385,521253,904
Commitments and Contingent liabilities 
Shareholders’ Deficit  
Common shares, no par value, unlimited shares authorized at December 2022 and June 2022, 156,310,918 shares issued as of December 2022 (153,094,269 as of June 2022), 156,310,918 shares outstanding as of December 2022 (148,893,898 shares outstanding as of June 2022)237,779227,268
Treasury shares, 3,015,188 as of December 2022 (4,200,371 as of June 2022) 
Additional paid in capital18,70819,210
Accumulated other comprehensive income    3,2053,640
Accumulated deficit (346,938)(290,667)
Total Shareholders’ deficit (87,246)(40,549)
Total Liabilities, and Shareholders’ Deficit 298,275213,355

Condensed Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows
For the six months ended December 31, (unaudited)

Six months to
December 31, 2022
Six months to
December 31, 2021
Cash flows from operating activities  
Net loss (56,271)(68,138)
Reconciliation of net loss to net cash used in operating activities  
Adjustments for non-cash items  
Share-based employee benefits expense 5,43528,912
Foreign exchange gains or losses (364)(152)
Depreciation expense 1,100669
Fair value movements – warrants and derivative (9,607)6,282
Capitalized interest 6,94210,885
Non-cash transaction costs on financing facility841
Changes in operating assets and liabilities  
Accounts receivable (28,843)(35,475)
Inventory (51,152)1,888
Accounts payable32,01423,007
Employee benefits 117(12,459)
Other liabilities 24,29328,330
Other assets (3,218)(7,733)
Net cash used in operating activities(78,711)(23,984)
Cash flows from investing activities  
Payments for property, plant and equipment(4,944)(2,576)
Net cash used in investing activities(4,944)(2,576)
Cash flows from financing activities  
Proceeds from borrowings – external parties 150,00028,645
Proceeds from borrowings – related parties 30,000
Proceeds from convertible notes including derivative73
Repayment of borrowings – external parties(95,205)(10)
Repayment of borrowings – related parties (45)
Transaction costs for borrowings(5,841)
Net cash provided by financing activities78,90928,708
Effects of exchange rate changes on cash and cash equivalents 2,544(3)
Net increase (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents (4,746)2,148
Cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the period 70,7536,157
Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the period 68,5518,302

Supplemental information to the condensed consolidated statement of cash flows:

ClassificationDescriptionSix months to December 31, 2022
Six months to December 31, 2021
OperatingCash paid for interest, net of amounts capitalised7,9622,238
InvestingNon-cash movements in relation to property, plant and equipment256
InvestingNon-cash movement in relation to Right of Use Assets(96)210
InvestingCash paid in relation to lease liabilities1,7551,497
FinancingCashless conversion of warrants into common shares3,022


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