Tritium

Tritium is a fast-moving technology company specialising in the design and manufacture of DC fast-charging solutions for electric vehicles (EV). Established in Australia in 2001, to provide power-electronic systems and battery energy-storage applications, it launched its first DC fast charger (Veefil-RT) in 2014, since when it has become a leading global supplier, with installations in 26 countries. Europe is one of Tritium’s major markets and it opened a sales, servicing, testing site and assembly facility in Amsterdam in 2018. The company currently holds around 50% of the Norwegian market for 50kW fast chargers, an estimated 20% market share of CCS/Chademo fast chargers in the UK and around 15% of the wider European market for 50kW fast chargers.

Customers include Charge.net.nz, EDF Lumins, Fortum, Grønn Kontakt, IONITY, Proterra and Stromnetz.

Tritium’s HQ and main manufacturing plant is in Australia, and it has a further sales, R&D and manufacturing facility in California.

Tritium
Luchtvaartstraat 3B-C
1059 CA Amsterdam
Netherlands
+31 20 225 0100
www.tritium.com.au
@tritiumaus
au.tritium-pty-ltd
https://tritium.com.au
https://tritiumaus

Tritium Veefil-RT technology lets Hungarian EV drivers experience the country’s first liquid-cooled 50kW fast charger

With a footprint of only 0.25 square meters, the Veefil-RT 50kW DC fast charger in Budapest’s KÖKI underground parking terminal fits neatly between two parking bays and is capable of delivering up to 125 km of range in just 30 minutes. 
(Image courtesy Tritium/NKM, PR017)Tritium, the Australian DC electric vehicle charging infrastructure solutions specialist, announced today that Hungary’s NKM Mobilitas Ltd. (Mobiliti) has installed the country’s first liquid-cooled 50kW DC fast charger for electric vehicles (EV) in the KÖKI Terminál P+R, an underground parking facility at one of Budapest’s major shopping malls.

Brisbane’s Tritium Scoops Top Gong at Lord Mayor’s Business Awards

Brisbane’s Tritium Scoops Top Gong at Lord Mayor’s Business AwardsTritium Pty Ltd, the Brisbane-based DC electric vehicle charging infrastructure solutions specialists, scooped the prestigious Lord Mayor’s Business Awards by taking home the Optus Business Platinum Award – the night’s top award – as well as the Queensland Urban Utilities award for Product Innovation.

City of Launceston Unveils Tasmania’s First Publicly-Available DC Fast Charger from Tritium

City of Launceston Unveils Tasmania’s First Publicly-Available DC Fast Charger from TritiumThe City of Launceston has opened the roads to the emerging number of electric vehicle drivers in the state of Tasmania, after installing the state’s first publicly-available DC fast charger from Australian EV infrastructure specialists, Tritium.

Australia Hits the 50th Public Electric Vehicle DC Fast Charging Site Milestone

Australia Hits the 50th Public Electric Vehicle DC Fast Charging Site Milestone. 
(Image courtesy Tritium, PR012)Australia has hit an important milestone in the drive towards an electric vehicle future with the installation and operation of the nation’s 50th publicly-available 50kW DC Fast Charging location in the Hunter Valley Gardens, Pokolbin.

Tritium announces Gilbarco Veeder-Root makes minority investment in company to accelerate global electric vehicle infrastructure build out

Tritium announces Gilbarco Veeder-Root makes minority investment in company to accelerate global electric vehicle infrastructure build out. (Image courtesy Tritium, PR011)Tritium Pty Ltd, the Australian DC electric vehicle charging infrastructure solutions specialists, has today announced that Gilbarco Veeder-Root, a Fortive Corporation (“Fortive”) (NYSE: FTV) business, has taken a minority investment in the company.

Tritium receives United States Department of Energy (DOE) funding to develop high-powered charging for electric vehicles

Tritium receives United States Department of Energy (DOE) funding to develop high-powered charging for electric vehicles. (Image courtesy Tritium, PR009)Tritium, the pioneering manufacturer of electric vehicle (EV) high-powered charging solutions, is receiving a portion of $3.2 million in federal funding awarded to the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) for developing an extreme fast charging system that can connect to the grid.

Australian technology showcased for first time at Cenex-LCV as Tritium presents its new High Power Charging solution

Australian technology showcased for first time at Cenex-LCV as Tritium presents its new High Power Charging solution. (Image courtesy Tritium, PR008)Tritium, a leading specialist in DC charging infrastructure solutions for electric vehicles (EV), will be exhibiting at Cenex-LCV to showcase its unique HPC system, a scalable, flexible system for commercial operators, capable of charging an electric vehicle up to 475kW.

NKM National Utilities Ltd. installs Tritium fast chargers as part of strategic network rollout

NKM Hungary installs Tritium fast chargers as part of strategic network rollout. From left to right: Tamas Binder (IT Operations Leader), Jeroen Jonker (General Manager Sales Europe Tritium), Szabolcs Balogh (Managing Director NKM Mobiliti), Manuel Fernandes (General Manager Operations Europe, Business Development Tritium). 
(Image courtesy Tritium, PR006)NKM Mobilitas Ltd. (Mobiliti) in Hungary recently ordered the first 12 Veefil-RT 50kW DC fast chargers from Tritium, the leading international specialist in DC charging infrastructure solutions for the electric vehicle (EV) market. The 12 Veefil-RT 50kW DC fast chargers are part of a larger roll-out of NKM’s new electric car charging network across Hungary.

Tritium signs deal with IONITY for 100 high-power charging sites across Europe

Tritium signs deal with IONITY for 100 high-power charging sites across Europe.
From left to right: Trevor St Baker (Tritium Chairman), David Finn (CEO and Founder Tritium), Marcus Groll (IONITY COO), Michael Hajesch (IONITY CEO). 
(Image courtesy Tritium, PR007)IONITY has chosen Tritium as its technology partner for the construction of 100 high-power charging sites across Germany, France, UK, Norway and Sweden. The dedicated electric vehicle (EV) charging stations will have an average of up to six user units, each capable of delivering 350 kW of power for fast charging of modern EVs. All equipped with the Combined Charging System (CCS) used by a wide range of vehicle manufactures.

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