23 Apr 2018
Fast charging by Tritium at Hannover Messe
- The Veefil-RT 50kW EV Fast Charger will be on display
- Trade show presence builds on Tritium’s European strategy after the opening of their new European HQ in Amsterdam, the Netherlands
- Tritium will be at Stand G45, Hall 27 in Hannover Messe, from April 23 to 27, 2018
Brisbane, Australia 23 April 2018: Tritium, the Australian-based technology company and leading international specialist in DC charging infrastructure solutions for the electric vehicle (EV) market, has announced that it will be participating at the Hannover Messe, the world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology, from April 23 to 27.
Tritium will be showcasing the Veefil-RT 50kW EV Fast Charger. With the world’s smallest footprint for an electric vehicle charger and a sleek appearance, this fast charger has won several awards for design, innovation and sustainability.
The Veefil-RT 50kW EV Fast Charger has proven its durability and flexibility in locations around the world. Its patented liquid-cooling system is extremely reliable, ensuring maximum product life, lower operating cost and minimum maintenance even in extreme weather conditions. Its small footprint, lightweight design and easy installation open up a wide range of possible installation locations.
“Participating at the Hannover Messe will help us introduce our fast charger to a wider audience,” explains Jeroen Jonker, General Manager - Sales Europe, Tritium. “In just four years we have captured 20% market share in Western Europe, and we expect to increase this by expanding into corridor, fleet, workplace, public transport and ‘on-street’ public charging sectors.”
These goals are supported by Tritium’s new European headquarters, which opened earlier this year in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. This will bring service, support, sales, training and manufacturing of its EV fast-charging solutions closer to European customers. Additionally, the new Dutch office houses a state-of-the-art training and accreditation unit for technical servicing and customer support, which includes comprehensive and confidential testing facilities open for all car manufacturers in the region.
Europe offers enormous potential for Tritium. Thus far, the company has been very successful in deploying charging infrastructure in the Utilities & Network sector and partnering with leading CPOs and back-end providers. The recent surge in new EV model launches in Europe has sparked increased interest in the Tritium Veefil range of 50kW Fast Chargers as well as Ultra-Fast Chargers (150-475kW), for both urban and corridor charging. Tritium is working closely with leading companies in the European Automotive and Petrol/Retail Industry, in order to provide the best suited and most efficient fast charging solution in the market.”
Hannover Messe is known world-wide as the number one trade fair for industrial technology. Over the course of the 2018 edition, over 220,000 visitors are expected to visit the 5,000 exhibitors. This year, Tritium can be found at Stand G45 in Hall 27.
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Notes for editors
Brisbane-based Tritium is a technology company that specialises in the design and manufacture of fast chargers for electric vehicles (EV), power-electronic systems and battery energy-storage applications. Established 15 years ago, it has gained a reputation with the world's largest organisations and top universities for providing solutions when quality, reliability and performance are critical for success. Its products are operational on every continent around the world and are to be found in submarines, UAVs flying at over 40,000ft and even working in the extremes of Antarctica. In June 2016 the Queensland Government invested AU$2.5m in Tritium – one of the first companies to receive investment under a Business Development Fund scheme established to encourage innovative businesses. Tritium headquarters are in Brisbane in Australia and in January 2017 it opened a sales, manufacturing and service facility in California, USA. It opens a European office in Amsterdam in March 2018.