Brisbane, Australia, February 10, 2021 – Tritium, a Brisbane-based DC fast charging manufacturer for electric vehicles, today hosted Australian Members of Parliament at its manufacturing facilities.

The Honourable Anthony Albanese MP (Leader of the Opposition), Dr Jim Chalmers MP (Member for Rankin and Shadow Treasurer), and Terri Butler MP (Member for Griffith and Shadow Minister for Environment and Water) toured the Tritium facilities, learning about the company’s beginnings, growth, and technology, then addressed the media and attendees. Speaking to the importance and necessity of good, sustainable job growth, Albanese praised Tritium as an Australian success story to be replicated.

“What [Tritium] shows is that we can be the best in the world, not just compete with the rest of the world. This company has shown leadership, and over 20 years is now the world leader,” said Anthony Albanese MP. “It shows how good Australia can be if we commercialise our science, if we commercialise the capacity of our innovation.”

Jane Hunter Tritium CEO and Anthony Albanese MP

For over two decades, Tritium has created high-value jobs developing and manufacturing cutting-edge technology in the e-mobility industry. Today, the company is proud to employ over 250 personnel in Brisbane and 350 around the world.

“Our world-leading engineering team has developed this innovative power electronics technology over many years, leading to us now having 15-20% of global market share in DC fast charging for electric vehicles,” said Jane Hunter, Tritium CEO. “We’re honoured to be recognised as an Australian success story and look forward to continuing to provide the world with the most advanced design, architecture, and quality DC fast charging technology for many years to come.”

About Tritium

Founded in 2001 by e-mobility pioneers, Tritium designs and manufactures proprietary technology to create the world’s most advanced and reliable DC fast chargers for electric vehicles.

Compact, robust designs to look great on the main street or thrive in the world’s harshest conditions, Tritium technology is easy to install, easy to own, and easy to use. And we never stop innovating to support our customers around the world.

Contact us to see how we’re revolutionising electric transportation.

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and a slowing global economy, 2020 was a turning point for e-mobility. Electric vehicle (EV) sales showed resilience with a 6 percent increase during 2020, while total automotive car sales decreased by 25 percent. The 2020 global fleet of over 2.3 million EVs boosted the EV market share to 3.2 percent of the entire automotive industry worldwide.

This growth in EV adoption was fostered by the injection of industry investments and government mandates for clean transportation. The change was also enabled by improvements in charging infrastructure, including customer convenience with integrated payment options, connector standardization, scalable technology, and fleet electrification. As we look back on 2020 and forward to the new year, the future for e-mobility is incredibly bright.

Key 2020 Takeaways

There was a substantial rise in the accessibility to new capital by the major EV automakers as the EV market share grew, translating into a significant production expansion effort. For the first time on record, private-equity firms globally did more cleantech deals during 2020 than in oil and gas, according to PitchBook data as of early December.

Larger valuations of the future EV market size are expected to ease access to capital in the coming year.

Focus on Driver Convenience

The e-mobility industry made significant strides during 2020 to make things easier and better for the drivers. Perhaps most importantly, the ease of use of the technology is rapidly approaching the ease of filling up at a gas station.

For example, the development of Plug and Charge technology has emerged, a universal data sharing and communication protocol across system platforms. Plug and Charge enables EVs and charging equipment to communicate, authenticate, and bill customers via the charging cable. This technology provides drivers the freedom to pay their charge without the need for an RFID membership card, a smartphone application, or a credit card reader.

Introduction of Future-Proof Hardware

One significant evolution in 2020 EV charging was the Modular Scalable Charging (MSC) hardware platform to enable scalable electric vehicle charging networks. The MSC platform, developed by Tritium, provides customers with the flexibility to increase their charger’s power level as EV charging capabilities advance and “pay as you grow.”

Under MSC flexibility, charger power can be increased in 25kW increments, starting at 25kW and increasing to 350kW and beyond. This technology represents a future-proof, ‘no regret’ charging investment for businesses and fleets as they continue to scale up their charging infrastructure.

Fleet Electrification

The e-mobility market’s reach expanded beyond passenger vehicles during 2020 into classes like buses, trucks, and other vehicles. Fleet electrification is critical for energy freedom and provides a benefit for the end customer. While we await 2020 totals, the International Energy Agency reports that global sales of electric trucks hit a record in 2019 with over 6,000 units, while the number of models continues to expand.

According to a new report by Allied Market Research, the global electric bus industry was estimated at $18 billion in 2019 and is expected to hit $31 billion by 2027. This expansion would translate into a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.6 percent from 2020 to 2027.

The future of fleet electrification is bright, with rising demand for electric buses including fuel-efficient, high-performance, and low-emission designs, increasingly stringent government rules and regulations for vehicle emissions, and a reduction in battery prices.

Looking Forward to 2021

Customer convenience will continue to increase in 2021 as EV charger companies build on scalable technology and Tritium uses the DC bus architecture to create more affordable and flexible e-mobility applications.

Chargers will get even faster and more efficient in power ratios to charge EVs more quickly. Some high power smart charging systems can power EVs to an 80 percent charge in 15 minutes on average and that number will improve over the near term. Additionally, we will continue to see a rise in fleet electrification and improvements in technology. There will be several focal points in the growth of the EV market this year.

Continued Fleet Electrification

A new study on EV range and fleet suitability found that 64 percent of fleet vehicles could be switched to a comparable fully electric or plug-in hybrid option for less money over the same seven-year service life. The Geotab study also found that for nearly 50 percent of fleet vehicles today, an existing battery electric vehicle is available that would be range-capable for over 98 percent of daily needs.

Companies looking to diversify their business model and think about the future and sustainability will rapidly embrace EV fleets this year.

No Regret, Future-Proof Charging Investments

More homeowners, business owners, and fleet managers will invest in EV charging infrastructure during 2021, thanks to more transparent utility rules on charging rates, rebates from government bodies for charging investment, and more evident economic gain.

And with scalable technology readily available, upgrading to higher power levels will be more cost effective for business owners globally.

Focus on Sustainable Energy Sources

There will be an industry effort to make EVs even more sustainable this year, including gains in battery recycling and repurposing. The use of renewables for generating charging electricity and high-capacity battery storage to retain that energy will amplify the industry effort.

Universal/Standard Connectors

Customer convenience is paramount, and drivers should have the flexibility to charge whenever and wherever they choose. For 240-volt AC home or public charging, the SAE J1772 connector type is the most common. With recent news of CHAdeMO-format charging being phased out by many auto manufacturers, Combined Charging System (CCS) format DC fast charging is leading the market and will continue to become the common standard.

Reduced Footprint and Size of Chargers

Chargers are entirely disconnected from the fuel grid, enabling the opportunity to install charging anywhere and everywhere. At the same time, more homeowners will opt to add a charging unit this year, more businesses will add charging infrastructure as the overall size, cost, and a smaller footprint is continuously reduced.

Continuing 2021 EV market growth presents a host of new opportunities to discuss charging infrastructure and requirements in the near future. We look forward to working with our partners, customers and EV drivers to continue revolutionising electric transportation and innovating the future.

Trevor St Baker will tonight be awarded an honorary Doctor of Engineering from the University of Queensland, recognising his lifelong contribution to the Australian electricity sector and greater Australian community through his business and philanthropic efforts.

Mr St Baker established one of Australia’s first private electricity generation and retail companies, ERM Power, and today invests in a rapidly growing portfolio of disruptive energy and electric transport businesses via the St Baker Energy Innovation Fund.

His wholly owned company, Evie Networks, is rolling out electric vehicle charging stations from Cairns to South Australia and Mr St Baker is chair and the largest shareholder in the global, electric vehicle fast-charging manufacturer, Tritium.

Mr St Baker, via his innovation fund, has also invested in: a battery anode materials company; an electric trike business in the Philippines; a US manufacturer of breakthrough printed lights; a light-based, wearable medical device company; and a manufacturer of printed batteries for powering small, “Internet of Things” devices. 

Mr St Baker is also the driving force behind Delta Electricity, an important, baseload electricity generator in the National Electricity Market.

University of Queensland Executive Dean of Engineering Professor Vicki Chen described Mr St Baker as a “towering figure” in the electricity sector.

“Mr St Baker’s role breaking new ground in the energy sector over more than 50 years has benefitted the entire industry and the nation,” Professor Chen said.

“His work has supported innovation in our field, seen electricity supplies become more secure across the nation, and created thousands of jobs in technology, engineering and energy.

“As well as being a forward-thinking businessperson, Trevor and his wife Judith have made significant contributions to skin cancer research, technology, the arts, and Indigenous education through their philanthropic work.”

Mr St Baker, who was awarded the Officer of the Order of Australia in 2016 for his distinguished service as a leader and executive in the energy sector, said he was humbled by the honorary doctorate and hoped to continue disrupting the industry to create positive change.

“We are in the midst of a global shift in energy technology and management, bringing challenges and opportunities in equal measure,” Mr St Baker said.

“It is rewarding to see the young talent that is coming out of programs like engineering at UQ with new ideas and strong ideals, and I am honored to be able to stand up in front of tomorrow’s energy leaders and accept this award.”

Site at Historic Former Pfizer Building Will Be Largest Universal Fast Charging Depot in North America.
Artist rendering provided by WeDo

[BROOKLYN, NY, February 3, 2020] – Electric transportation company Revel announced today that it is building a DC fast charging Superhub for electric vehicles (EVs) at the historic former Pfizer building in Brooklyn. The site will be the largest universal fast charging depot in North America, with 30 chargers open to the public on a 24/7 basis and accessible to owners of any electric vehicle brand. This will be the first of a network of fast charging Superhubs opened by Revel across New York City to promote the widespread adoption of electric vehicles and meet New Yorkers’ need for EV fast chargers.

Revel’s expansion into charging marks its first new product line since launching a shared fleet of electric mopeds in 2018. The company started with a small pilot program in three Brooklyn neighborhoods before expanding its New York City service to Queens, Manhattan and the Bronx, growing its service area and fleet size to meet New Yorkers’ needs for affordable, socially-distant modes of transportation during the COVID-19 pandemic. Revel is planning to expand its product offerings further in the coming months as part of its mission to electrify cities like New York.

“Revel is building the infrastructure of the future and we’re building it now – our planet can’t wait,” said Frank Reig, Revel CEO and Co-Founder. “We couldn’t be more excited to bring fast charging to our home borough of Brooklyn and get to work on the first of many Superhubs to come in 2021.”

The former Pfizer building, which once housed the company’s drug manufacturing operations and was its first headquarters, is a natural fit for Revel’s first chargers. In recent years, the site has been transformed by its owners at Acumen Capital Partners into an ecosystem of small businesses and startups building the economy of tomorrow.

“Welcoming Revel as a tenant is a slam dunk for us,” said Jeff Rosenblum, Co-Founder of Acumen Capital Partners. “Our mission with the Pfizer building has been to transform a historic site into a home for forward-thinking companies, and electrification truly is the future. We’re excited to give this space new life once again by hosting Revel’s first fast chargers.”

Revel chose Tritium’s recently launched RTM75 model for the first ten chargers at its Brooklyn site, which will go live this spring. These chargers can provide EV drivers with 100 additional miles in about 20 minutes. Revel plans to install upcoming Tritium fast charger models at the Superhub in the coming months, further increasing charging capacity and speed.  

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Revel to install our first RTM75 chargers in the Americas,” said Mike Calise, Tritium’s President of the Americas. “Critical projects like this bring the convenience of DC fast charging to vibrant city neighborhoods, like Brooklyn, the most populous borough in New York City. The e-mobility revolution is here, and this charging depot is a necessary step towards giving New Yorkers the confidence to make the switch to electric, while reducing emissions and improving air quality across the city.”

About Tritium
Founded in 2001 by e-mobility pioneers, Tritium designs and manufactures proprietary technology to create the world’s most advanced and reliable DC fast chargers for electric vehicles.

Compact, robust designs to look great on the main street or thrive in the world’s harshest conditions, Tritium technology is easy to install, easy to own, and easy to use. And we never stop innovating to support our customers around the world.

Contact us to see how we’re revolutionising electric transportation.

Brisbane, Australia, January 19, 2021 – Tritium, a global leader in DC fast charging technology for electric vehicles (EVs), had its first RTM75 installed at Broadbeach along the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia.

This milestone installation and COVID Works for Queensland project was made possible through joint efforts from the City of Gold Coast and the Queensland government. In the coming weeks, a total of 10 Tritium 75kW chargers will be installed within a 50km radius, providing EV drivers with the newest and most advanced fast charging technology in Broadbeach, Coolangatta, Southport, Pimpama, Bundall and Nerang. The power provided to these EV chargers will be offset by the City’s Virtual Power Plant, which generates solar power from over 47 city buildings.

“We listened to customers across the globe, and the RTM75 is the result of those conversations,” said Jane Hunter, CEO, Tritium. “These chargers, assembled in Tritium’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in Brisbane, can be installed quickly, are upgradeable and have the narrowest profile on the market, making them suitable to be installed anywhere, from retail carparks to dense urban environments.”

Tritium’s RTM75 allows drivers to add 75 km (46 mi) of range to an EV in as little as 10 minutes. This slim charger is built with urban, retail, fleet and public environments in mind, and is capable of simultaneously charging two vehicles at once. Additionally, the RTM75 supports all charging standards on the market, including CCS and CHAdeMO, and satisfies the needs of all batteries up to 920V.

“The RTM75 is the first product on Tritium’s new Modular Scalable Charging (MSC) hardware platform which provides the next level of flexibility, capital efficiency and scalability, while maintaining the attractive, compact and low maintenance design attributes Tritium products have become known for,” said Dr David Finn, Chief Growth Officer and Founder, Tritium. “The electrification of transportation is at tipping point, so our customers want to know how they can easily extend their charging site capacity over the coming years. They want no regrets and capital efficient scaling of their charging sites. Tritium’s MSC hardware platform allows our customers to scale their charging sites for half the price and configure their charging sites for a desired reliability.”

The RTM75 is equipped with Plug and Charge (ISO 15118) technology, eliminating the need for credit card payments or RFID authentication at the charger, creating a more convenient and reliable experience for EV drivers. This DC fast charger, with its IP65 sealed enclosure and liquid cooled technology, protects electronics from dust, water, salt and other contaminants, and thrives in any environment from -35°C to +50°C (-31°F to +122°F). 

About Tritium
Founded in 2001 by e-mobility pioneers, Tritium designs and manufactures proprietary technology to create the world’s most advanced and reliable DC fast chargers for electric vehicles.

Compact, robust designs to look great on the main street or thrive in the world’s harshest conditions, Tritium technology is easy to install, easy to own and easy to use. And we never stop innovating to support our customers around the world.

Contact us to see how we’re revolutionising electric transportation.

[Amsterdam, Netherlands, December 10, 2020]– EasyGo, the largest private car charging network provider in Ireland, and Tritium, a global leader in DC fast charging technology for electric vehicles (EVs) have today announced the deployment of DC Electric Vehicle Rapid Chargers replacing up to 180 eir telephone kiosks nationwide.

The deployment of Tritium’s DC Fast chargers was built in partnership with EasyGo, and is a welcomed step forward to accelerate widespread electric vehicle adoption.

“EasyGo is excited to partner with Tritium, a brand synonymous with electric vehicle charging. We look forward to working with local councils, SEAI and the Government as we support the growing EV community, the environment, and rural regeneration through this exciting roll-out of chargers nationally”. said Chris Kelly, Director of Easygo.”

With an increasing demand for public charging infrastructure, Tritium has been working in collaboration with Easygo, to develop a scalable solution that can be installed quickly, meeting the needs of public environments for easy-to-access reliable charge points.

“This is a clear first, taking legacy telecom infrastructure spanning across Ireland and transforming this into a solution that supports at every level, government, environment, public & private sector, but most importantly it reaches everyone in both urban and rural locations across Ireland,” said Kevin Pugh, Tritium Country Manager UK & Ireland.

The deployment will include both Tritium’s RT50 and RTM range of DC rapid chargers, designed to accommodate the quick installation & ease of service over the lifetime of the hardware in the field.

As the growth of EV market continues, this deployment will enable all communities, including those in rural areas to charge confidently, as well as providing customers access to rapid DC charging capabilities in their area.

About Tritium

Founded in 2001 by e-mobility pioneers, Tritium designs and manufactures proprietary technology to create the world’s most advanced and reliable DC fast chargers for electric vehicles.

Compact, robust designs to look great on the main street or thrive in the world’s harshest conditions, Tritium technology is easy to install, easy to own and easy to use. And we never stop innovating to support our customers around the world.

Contact us to see how we’re revolutionising electric transportation.

As part of a holiday promotion, ZEF is providing free charging on their Tritium DC fast chargers located in Minnesota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin through the end of January.

[TORRANCE, Calif., December 8, 2020]– As 2020 comes to an end, Tritium, a leader in DC fast charging, and ZEF Energy, creators of the ZEFNET managed charging network platform, are joining forces to spread some holiday cheer by providing free charging across the states of Minnesota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin. With electric vehicle (EV) sales in the US expected to increase by 70 percent in 2021, the two companies seek to implement DC fast charging infrastructure to support and accelerate the transition to e-mobility. 

“With President-elect Joe Biden’s aggressive plan to implement countrywide emission reduction mandates, many more drivers will switch to electric vehicles,” said Matthew Blackler, CEO and Founder of ZEF Energy. “We hope our partnership with Tritium on this program is the first of many as we look forward to developing a vast network of DC fast chargers.” 

ZEF Energy is an electric vehicle service provider using Tritium’s DC fast chargers as their hardware, then incorporating their proprietary software to create their own unique system. ZEF Energy strives to provide their ZEFNET smart charging software platform and program solutions that will allow utility companies, fleet operators, and public charging owners to operate chargers efficiently and in a way that supports beneficial electrification. 

“Tritium is dedicated to installing DC charging throughout the United States and around the world, and this mission could not be more important than it is today as we begin to look forward to wide scale adoption of electric vehicles,” said Mike Calise, President of Americas at Tritium. “We are happy to partner with ZEF Energy to help create an extensive DC charging network in an area that hasn’t traditionally been a hub for EVs. Through this partnership, DC charging services are now available in the heartland of America, which will unleash rapid EV adoption.”

There are a total of 25 RT50 chargers involved in this project, including 18 in Minnesota, five in North Dakota, and two in Wisconsin. 

About Tritium

Founded in 2001 by e-mobility pioneers, Tritium designs and manufactures proprietary technology to create the world’s most advanced and reliable DC fast chargers for electric vehicles.

Compact, robust designs to look great on the main street or thrive in the world’s harshest conditions, Tritium technology is easy to install, easy to own and easy to use. And we never stop innovating to support our customers around the world.

Contact us to see how we’re revolutionising electric transportation.

MSC hardware platform allows operators to incrementally scale charger deployments to meet the unique needs of specific environments for the first time

Brisbane, Australia, November 17, 2020 – Tritium, a global leader in DC fast charging technology for electric vehicles (EVs), has unveiled the first platform to enable truly scalable electric vehicle charging networks anywhere in the world, with the launch of its MSC hardware platform.

The MSC (Modular Scalable Charging) hardware platform provides customers with the flexibility to increase the power level of their charger as EV charging capabilities advance, and “pay as you grow”. Charger power can be increased in 25kW increments, starting at 25kW and increasing to 350kW and beyond.

As part of the launch, the company also revealed the first charger built on the platform with the unveiling of its next-gen RTM75 DC Fast Charger, allowing drivers to add 75 km (46 mi) of range to an electric vehicle in 10 minutes of charging. The slim charger also allows for simultaneous charging of two vehicles at once and is built with urban, retail, fleet and public environments in mind.

“This has been something the industry and our customers have asked for over the years, and we are the first company in the world to deliver it,” said Jane Hunter, CEO of Tritium. “With our MSC platform, 50kW DC chargers can quickly be upgraded to 75kW, 100kW, and beyond, without a rip-and-replace required.”

“This solution is future-proofing governments and network operators across the globe, something they have been crying out for. No longer is a charger just a charger; instead, it’s a first step to meet the needs of both today’s and tomorrow’s electric vehicles.”

MSC Hardware Platform to Revolutionise EV Charger Networks with True Future-Proof Capability

Previously, network operators were required to pre-order and install chargers from a set of prefabricated charging options; often set at 50kW (fast or rapid chargers), 175kW or 350kW (high power or ultra-fast chargers).

However, the MSC hardware platform allows for the quick installation of additional power electronics modules within each MSC-designed charger, such as the RTM75 and future iterations of Tritium chargers. For instance, charger operators can purchase an RTM75 charger but start at 25kW or 50kW, pending their current power requirements, and scale to 75kW as their charging needs increase.

“The MSC hardware platform provides the next level of capital efficiency and scalability while still providing all the great attributes Tritium’s products have become known for: design, slimness, and low maintenance,” said Dr David Finn, Chief Growth Officer and Founder, Tritium. “The electrification of transportation is at tipping point, so our customers want to know how they can easily extend their charging site capacity over the coming years. They want no regrets and capital efficient scaling of their charging sites. Tritium’s MSC Hardware Platform allows our customers to scale their charging sites for half the price and configure their charging sites for a desired reliability.”

“The MSC platform will allow Tritium to rapidly deploy new product and our aim is to provide at least one new product every quarter to address the needs of customers servicing the home/workplace, public, fleet depot, segments. The first product on the MSC Hardware Platform is the RTM75, with the PKM150 and PKM350 following in 2021.”

The RTM75: Built for workplace, public and fleet depot charging applications.

Recent announcements across the globe point to EVs becoming dominant on our roads in the near future. In the US, President-Elect Joe Biden proposed in the lead-up to the election a US$400 billion public investment in the automobile industry to improve battery technology and change the federal vehicle fleet to electric cars and trucks, while also installing 500,000 electric vehicle charging stations across the country. In Europe, July 2020 was a record-breaking month for EV registrations – according to JATO, a provider of automotive data, volumes that month rose 131 per cent year-on-year to 230,700. And in Australia, the South Australian Government has recently pledged to transition its entire Government fleet to EVs by 2030.

To cater for an expected increase in the need for public charging infrastructure, Tritium has worked in collaboration with their customers to develop a scalable solution that can be installed quickly in retail, urban and public environments where the demand for easy-to-access charging infrastructure will be most pronounced.

“We listened to the industry, our customers and to governments across the globe, and the RTM75 is the result of those conversations,” said Hunter. “These chargers can be installed quickly, scale as required, and are suitable to be installed anywhere; from shopping centre carparks, to urban environments, and at service stations, the RTM75 is ready for primetime.”

The RTM75 facilitates simultaneous charging for two EVs at a time and supports all charging standards on the market, including CCS and CHAdeMO, and satisfies the needs of all batteries up to 920V.

Further, the RTM75 is equipped with Plug and Charge (ISO 15118) technology, eliminating credit card payments or RFID authentication at the charger. Instead customers can pay through the charging cable when it communicates to the car directly; a driver simply plugs in their EV, charges their car, and drives away knowing that payment was automatically and securely managed via a set of digital authentication certificates that contain pre-approved payment and configurations.

The RTM75 is designed to accommodate the most stringent acoustic noise regulations with ‘Whisper Mode’, giving owners the flexibility to derate the charger’s power to meet municipal noise abatement requirements. Coupled with the sealed electronics enclosure and legendary small footprint for which Tritium is renowned, the RTM75 can be installed in spaces where other chargers just simply cannot fit. The fully sealed enclosure significantly reduces wear and tear, decreasing the need for maintenance, and prolonging the life of the charger. This next-gen IP65 fully-sealed fast charger can withstand the elements from -35°C to +50°C (-31°F to +122°F), while keeping electronics free from dust, water, salt, or other contaminants.

About Tritium

Founded in 2001 by e-mobility pioneers, Tritium designs and manufactures proprietary technology to create the world’s most advanced and reliable DC fast chargers for electric vehicles.

Compact, robust designs to look great on the main street or thrive in the world’s harshest conditions, Tritium technology is easy to install, easy to own and easy to use.  And we never stop innovating to support our customers around the world.

Contact us to see how we’re revolutionising electric transportation.

Partially funded by the State of Utah and Rocky Mountain Power, newly installed DC fast-charging stations to expand charging availability for an iconic brand.

[Lindon, Utah, Oct. 7, 2020] — Tritium partnered with EV Structure to install 50kW DC fast chargers at one of the largest Harley-Davidson dealerships in the United States, Timpanogos Harley-Davidson of Lindon, Utah. The installation, funded by the State of Utah’s Workplace Electric Vehicle Charging Funding Assistance Program and incentives from Rocky Mountain Power, showcases Tritium’s RT50 DC fast chargers.

“The partnership with Tritium and EV Structure delivered reduced set-up costs and provided a fast and easy installation process for the RT50 chargers,” said Drew Mumford, the site manager at Timpanogos Harley-Davidson. “With charging beginning almost immediately, our customers and staff were able to utilize technology as a value added service for our dealership.”

Tritium’s robust data tracking system helps the local utility understand EV demand while providing Timpanogos Harley-Davidson with the proper tools to understand this new revenue stream. Tritium and EV Structure will look to partner on more projects in the future to help DC fast charging move into places where people live and work.

“This partnership is a game-changer for the future of e-mobility, giving EV drivers accessibility of charging their vehicles beyond the highways and high-volume traffic areas,” said Todd Ritter, CEO of EV Structure, “DC fast chargers offer a unique advantage, and we went with Tritium, because they provide high quality and stylistic charging units. Additionally, their user-friendly management platform offers 24/7 customer and technical support that goes above and beyond the call of duty.”

Tritium chargers are OCPP1.6 compliant, providing the freedom for Harley-Davidson to use EV Structure’s software solution to monitor and manage charging sessions locally via a cloud-based system. Additionally, Tritium provides 24/7 support systems to detect any failures with the charging units before they happen. In turn, Tritium’s technical support team can ensure that the system operates at its full potential even during high peak periods.

“At Tritium, we’re thrilled to be associated with Harley-Davidson, a company that is such a huge part of America’s automotive history,” said Mike Calise, Tritium’s President of the Americas. “Harley-Davidson offers ‘adventure and freedom of the soul.’ We’re proud to be supporting that vision by providing DC charging everywhere to enable Harley’s future e-riders to charge really fast and ride as far as their spirit takes them.”

About Tritium

Tritium is an industry leading technology solutions partner for charging infrastructure. We design and manufacture cutting-edge DC fast charging hardware and offer a range of innovative technology-engineered solutions for robust connectivity. Driven by a mission to provide energy freedom through a vision of DC charging everywhere, Tritium is pursuing a world where drivers can go as far as they want, wherever they want.

Tritium has deployed over 4,500 charging stations in 38 countries and provided over 600,000+ charging sessions. Their award-winning chargers have been installed across the globe for customers like Nissan, ENEL X, Honda, NASA Visitor Center, Topgolf, Circle-K, Harley-Davidson, IONITY, CalTech, Speedy’s convenience stores and many others.

With offices in the U.S., Australia and the Netherlands, Tritium is driving the global transition to e-mobility. For more information, visit https://www.tritium.com.au

About EV Structure

EV Structure is a pioneer in electrified transportation infrastructures. EV Structure designed, engineered, installed and now services over 70,000+ EVSE along with putting in the 1st charging stations in the history of the electric vehicle movement since 1998. EV Structure is a full electric vehicle charging integrator that is nationally staffed with licensed electrical engineering in all 50 states, electrical contractors in 28 sales, all 50 states for service technicians along with their own backend OCPP network and 1 of 5 national voluntary carbon credit aggregators. With today’s unstable utility grid demands, EV Structure is now Integrating off-grid DC fast charging with Hydrogen FuelCell technologies for true ZERO emissions electric vehicle charging infrastructure. The EV Structure Co. LLC and its sister companies The Electric HighWay Co. and Hydrogenstructure are based out of the engineering capital of the world, Pasadena, CA, with 7 offices nationwide and growing www.evstructure.com

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