Australia reached milestone of 50 public DC fast chargers (50 kW) installed (Tesla Superchargers aside). 70% were supplied by Tritium.
Gilbarco Veeder-Root, one of the major suppliers of fuel dispensers, decided to invest in Tritium, the Australian-based manufacturer of fast chargers.
The charging equipment is to be developed by Australian fast charger manufacturer Tritium, which nabbed $400,000 for the purpose.
Australian-based company Tritium was selected by IONITY to supply 350 kW ultra-fast chargers for 100 out of 400 planned stations across Europe.
Australian company Tritium seems to take European fast charging market like the storm. New EU headquarters was launched in the Netherlands.
IONITY launched its first ultra-fast charging station with six chargers, located on the A61 motorway in Brohltal Ost in Germany.
The time has come, the walrus said, to speak of many things, of fast charging and 350-kW availability, and whether EVs have wings.
Queensland in Australia will soon have a electric vehicle Super Highway, which enables zero emission over a 1,800-km (1,118-mile) strip of east coast.
Tritium recently won a big tender of 52 custom-built Veefil DC fast chargers for Hamburg, Germany, to be installed by October 2017.
Australian DC fast charging manufacturer Tritium announced a $2.5 million ($1.85 million USD) boost from the Queensland's (BDF) scheme.
Tritium, developer of the Veefil Electric Vehicle Fast Charger, has launched a Fast Cities Network initiative to establish Australia’s largest fast-charging...