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Tritium wins big UK electric vehicle charging deal

Tritium, the Brisbane-based electric vehicle charging station company backed by coal entrepreneur Trevor St Baker, has won a deal to install charging stations at 2500 locations in the United Kingdom for fast-growing group Box Energi. Tritium, which has installed 3000 of its fast-charging stations around the world in 29 countries, aims to eliminate ”range anxiety” […]

Electric Vehicle Charger standards that OEMs should look for a successful market capture

Tritium sees pipeline of $200 million electric vehicle fast-charger sales

Brisbane-based electric-vehicle charger company Tritium has a current sales pipeline of at least $200 million and 3,000 systems, according to the company’s co-founder and CEO David Finn. Finn, speaking to Business News Australia this week, claimed that the company now accounts for a fifth of all direct-current (DC) fast-chargers for electric vehicles (EVs) sold in […]

Electric Vehicle Charger standards that OEMs should look for a successful market capture

New opportunities with electric vehicle charging stations

As you spot more and more electric vehicles (EVs) on the road and plugged in at parking lots, what might not be quite as obvious are the abundant new opportunities for electrical contractors. The demand for charging stations to keep EVs on the move is growing fast, with everyone from fleet managers to utilities striving […]

Electric Vehicle Charger standards that OEMs should look for a successful market capture

Electric vehicles will meet lifestyles and banish servos

FORGET pulling into the servo. Electric cars of the future will refuel at destinations which suit our habits. E-mobility technology company Tritium has worked in 27 countries installing electric car charging infrastructure, with facilities being installed at popular destinations, as well as restaurants, shopping centres and hotels. “At the moment with petrol cars everyone goes […]

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